Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 14 February 2013

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AFL: Demons’ lame-duck excuses    [ Match-fixing ]


ASADA to grill 150 players, staff   [ Drugs in sport ]


ACC’s no-evidence approach is starting to prove truly damaging to sport   [ Ethics ]


AFL’s leading indigenous players will push for clubs to appoint indigenous welfare officers   [ Well-being ]


Video: How the NRL clubs responded to Tuesday’s briefing with ASADA    [ Drugs in sport ]


It’s worth the effort to put out sport fires    [ Ethics ]


Drugs ‘out of our range’, say netballers    [ Women in sport ]


Australia sets tough legal criteria for selection    [ Ethics ]




Why wrestling must stay in the Games    [ Other angles ]


Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant calls out homophobic fan on Twitter    [ Homophobia ]


NBA: Royce White on his own mental illness and mental illness in the NBA    [ Well-being ]




Soccer faces epic fight against match-fixing    [ Match-fixing ]


Footballer Park Jong-woo to receive long-awaited Olympic medal: IOC    [ Ethics ]




Dutch wheelchair tennis star Esther Vergeer, retires after 470 wins in a row    [ Leadership ]–through-retirement-20130213-2ec1l.html


Twisted world of the the Zenit St Perseburg fans proud to be the most racist in European football    [ Racism ]


World Anti-Doping Agency calls for Premier League to up its game over testing for dopers    [ Drugs in sport ]


Man arrested over alleged abuse of El-Hadji Diouf by Millwall fans    [ Ethics ]


Cricket: How Marcus Trescothick’s confession eased Steven Davies’s depression    [ Well-being ]





Former South Africa assistant coach Phil Setshedi jailed for match-fixing    [ Match-fixing ]


Angola: Launching of Hockey World Cup Deemed Important Moment – CIRH Official    [ Ethics ]


Athletics: Kenya sets up commission to probe dope claims    [ Drugs in sport ]


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