I'll offer this observation from 15-20 years. To start the US and likely other areas are divided between what I call good and broken. Good and broken America shows up in lots of ways. Start with our health and skills. Haven't we crossed over into most people overweight or obese now? We have a division where your world is okay or not just because there's no salvation if you don't have skills where the whole world will pay a living wage. From that you have a big differences in what people will participate in, and what they can afford. 15-20 years ago the kids in my neighborhood and of many associates were more in traditional school team sports while the generations old ski club I'm in was struggling to survive. That's ski jumping, alpine, biathlon, Nordic and mountain biking for recreation and teams. Now we're years into having waiting lists for programs while the school district athletic department has declines. With the above, I think if people are still active, some of what interests them has changed. When I look at the kids who graduated that 15-20 years ago whether close associates or in my neighborhood a whole lot of them who did traditional sports are just our latest batch of overweight citizens. Some who used to sit and watch TV watch other stuff on screens. Some who used to go to games and events don't leave home or the bar whether that's choice or what they can afford. Some younger people follow new heroes or celebrities in sports. Gymnasts, it could be my region but runners, skiers, skateboarders, surfers and bike riders are celebrities now. A lot of professional and college sports are also sort of a warped version of welfare and cronyism. Not just the athletes but the whole of the systems. I believe some also tire of that or don't care to support it. I'm in an area with local Big 10 university and pro baseball, basketball and football close. I know people who used to go watch that who now go watch our ski jumping tournaments. Times change?