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The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationships among motives for sport participation, values for the sport, and life satisfaction in adolescent students who had been participated in sports activities. The subjects were 300 adolescent students in middle and high schools of Daegu, South Korea. Subjects were asked to complete questionnaire by self-administration method, and 287 questionnaires were selected as valid samples for the final data analysis. Frequency analysis, validity and reliability test, factor analysis, and multiple regression were performed using SPSS program, and the statistical significant level was set at p<0.05. Motives for sport participation have a significant influences on values for the sport and life satisfaction. Especially, it is appeared that health and social factor of motives for sport participation's sub-factors have comprehensive influences on values for the sport, and health and interest factor of motives for sport participation's sub-factors have comprehensive influences on life satisfaction. Values for the sport influence on life satisfaction, and physical and social factor of values for the sport have influences on all factors of life satisfaction. However, personality factor do not have an influence on all factors of life satisfaction. These results suggest that sports participation has positive effects to establish values for the sport and life satisfaction in adolescence, and established sport values through sport participation also has a positive effect on life satisfaction.