The First Chart Below Gives Information About the Money Spent by British Parents on Their Children’s Sports Between 2008 and 2014

The first chart below gives information about the money spent by British parents on their children’s sports between 2008 and 2014. The second chart shows the number of children who participated in three sports in Britain over the same time period.

The first chart below gives information about the money spent by British parents on their children’s sports between 2008 and 2014. The second chart shows the number of children who participated in three sports in Britain over the same time period.

The capital expenditure of British parents on their child sports activities from 2008 to 2014 and the proportion of youth indulging in three activities in Britain is depicted by rendered line chart.

Overall, it can be vividly manifested that the maximum per cent of expenditure was in the final year whilst the minuscule percentile of teenagers involved in Athletics in the initiative throughout the period.

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After analysing it, it can be clearly seen that with regards to the average monthly expenditure on youth sports activities in the initial year, it was about 20 pounds against 25 pounds in the following year; however, it reached a peak value of nearly 32 million in last year.

Probing ahead, in connection to the participation in distinct sports in 2008, tops the list while it escalated by nearly 1 million in the final year. Nonetheless, nearly 1 million and 5 million juveniles participated in athletics correspondingly. Nevertheless, more than 2 million children indulged in Swimming activity in 2008, which remained steady until 2010 and witnessed an incline of about 1.5 million in 2014.

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