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Table 3 Prevalence ratio and 95% confidence interval for behavior factors associated to sports practice (Brazil, n = 1752).

From: Association between regular participation in sports and leisure time behaviors in Brazilian adolescents: A cross-sectional study

   Regular Participation in Sports
Leisure Time Sports (yes) Crude Adjusted*
  n (%) PR [95%CI] PR [95%CI]
TV viewing    
   L-Frequency 27 (20.1) 1.00 1.00
   M-Frequency 142 (17.3) 1.00 [0.64–1.58] 1.13 [0.72–1.76]
   H-Frequency 95 (16.9) 0.98 [0.62–1.56] 1.28 [0.81–2.02]
   p = 0.989 p = 0.577
Walk    
   L-Frequency 93 (12.1) 1.00 1.00
   M-Frequency 119 (18.3) 1.33 [1.00–1.76] 1.32 [1.00–1.74]
   H-Frequency 58 (50.9) 2.79 [2.05–3.79] 2.69 [1.98–3.64]
   p = 0.001 p = 0.001
Cycle    
   L-Frequency 78 (10.5) 1.00 1.00
   M-Frequency 97 (17.2) 1.71 [1.24–2.34] 1.56 [1.13–2.16]
   H-Frequency 87 (41.1) 3.03 [2.22–4.13] 2.55 [1.80–3.60]
   p = 0.001 p = 0.001
  1. * = adjusted for gender, age, family socio-economic status and parent's schooling; L-Frequency = low frequency; M-Frequency = middle frequency; H-Frequency = high frequency; PR = prevalence ratio; 95%CI = confidence interval of 95%.