Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 19 April 2013

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The Future of Australian Sport    [ Ethics ]


Netball: Shakeup on way already, says league   [ Ethics ]


Swimming Australia announces leading team to support culture change   [ Culture ]


Gloating not in the game plan   [ Drugs in sport ]


Culture not simply a word    [ Culture ]


Trevor Hendy has iron will to fix swim’s trouble    [ Culture Leadership ]


Clubs need to fully understand supplement rules, says top Dog    [ Drugs in sport ]


Video: 2013 Georgina Hope Swimmers Foundation Australian Age Champions – team    [ Culture ]


Game we love is for all, says new AFL multicultural ambassador    [ Equality ]


The day Nicky Winmar drew the line    [ Racism ]


Drug case lingers as James Hird faces the music    [ Drugs in sport ]


Humble Scott finds his way    [ Integrity ]


How a western army was born    [ Culture ]




Golf: Breaking down the gender divide    [ Equality ]


Will NHL’s You Can Play partnership change treatment of gay sportsmen?    [ Homophobia ]


Boston bombs desecrate marathon spirit celebrating human endeavour    [ Ethics ]




India will have a player in NBA in five years: David Stern    [ Sport for development ]


Cycling Past an Afghan Taboo    [ Sport for development ]




Football clubs accused of exploiting unpaid interns    [ Ethics ]


Millwall threaten FA Cup semi-final brawlers with life bans    [ Ethics ]


New Journal: Journal of Sport for Development    [ Sport for development ]


Two-thirds of UK children feel under pressure to cheat at sports because of a “win-at-all-costs” culture    [ Culture ]


Targeting a stronger, more successful Scottish sporting culture through positive coaching    [ Culture ]

Football violence: Who is to blame?    [ Ethics ]




It is method, not innate ability that makes Kenyans running masters    [ Performance ]


Sport, a motor for development and social inclusion    [ Sport for development ]


Ghanaian universities engage in disability sports    [ Equality ]


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