The table below gives information about the participation of 11-14 year-olds by gender in extreme sports in the UK in 2003.
The table compares information about the involvement of boys and girls aged 11 to 14 in five extreme sports in the UK in 2003.
Generally, males outnumbered females in most sports except for rollerblading. According to this, the number of boys who participated in skateboarding was the largest of all with 27.5%, which was almost two times higher than that of girls (13.8%). Similarly, regarding snowboarding, the proportion of male participants was about twice as much as their female counterparts, with 8.1% and 4.0& respectively. Among mountain biking participants, 22.7% were boys and this was 9.4% more than girls. Lastly, there was a slight difference between male and female involvement in mountain climbing, with 10.6% of males comparing to 9.3% of females.
With respect to rollerblading, female participants outnumbered males by 10%, as girls accounted for 31.7% while boys constituted 21.7% making it the only exception out of the five extreme sports.Current word count is 152. I don't know how to make it longer.
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