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Intense athletic competition also does something else: It hinders athletes from being able to find time to commit themselves fully to their school work or to outside jobs that could provide them with some much needed cash. Taking into account that many athletes commit close to 40 or more hours per week to their sport, it’s almost inconceivable that one could keep up with their schoolwork, let alone generate a life sustaining income for themselves. In many sports, though, scholarships are few and far between.