Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 10 January 2013

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Melbourne Football Club must show reason by the end of the month if not to be charged for tanking    [ Match-fixing ]


Big Bash cricketer Shane Warne under fire for on-field behavior  [ Culture ]


Australian Institute of Sport expert says athletes can handle the heat as temperatures soared in Sydney at the Apia International   [ Well-being ]–doc-20130108-2cetx.html




Speculation is mounting that disgraced Lance Armstrong may break his silence on Oprah interview    [ Drugs in sport ]


Commentator criticized for remarks about footballer’s girlfriend.    [ Other angles ]


Robert Griffin III – Stephen Strasburg: Two stars, two teams, opposite philosophies    [ Other angles ]


A snap decision, a crippling result    [ Ethics ]


Institute of Medicine Studying Concussions in Young Athletes    [ Well-being ]




India’s top tennis players agitate for better support    [ Equality ]


Match-fixing life bans for 41 Koreans: FIFA    [ Match-fixing ]




Suarez goal raises issue of sporting honesty    [ Integrity ]


Racism a minority problem, says Bulgarian and Hungarian fans after Fifa action   [ Racism ]


Chopra ‘cannot afford’ to fight corruption case    [ Ethics ]




Nigeria: Ladipo Admits Eagles Used Juju in the Past    [ Ethics ]


Zambia: Inspiring Kids for Healthy Lifestyles    [ Well-being ]


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