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Relative age effects (RAEs) are developmental advantages experienced by those born in the early months of the year relative to an age-defined cut-off date. A recent study investigated the accumulated advantage of RAEs amongst Canadian male adolescent ice hockey players at different competitive levels (i.e., house league and travel) assessing the leadership behaviours and other developmental outcomes (e.g., personal & social skills, goal setting) among Canadian hockey players within the context of RAEs.