Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 2 August 2013

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Essendon fears drug deceit of players    [ Drugs in sport ]


ASADA locks in players for round two    [ Drugs in sport ]


Evans quits as Essendon chairman, claiming it’s time for fresh leader to take charge during club’s drugs crisis    [ Drugs in sport ]


Steve Elkington at the centre of a racism row, insists he had no idea “Pakki” was an abusive term    [ Racism ]


Australian swim team show signs of transformation    [ Culture ]


Election push for alcohol TV ban    [ Ethics, Well-being ]


Doping fight shifts from blood to brain    [ Drugs in sport ]


Moving beyond cricket    [ Culture ]


The very first Kickstart Program for Indigenous Girls    [ Equality ]


NRL: Ex-winger to sue Sharks for supplement side effects    [ Drugs in sport ]


IF ever there was proof the Australian team has gone through a cultural revolution since the low of the London Olympics, this was it    [ Culture ]


Moya Dodd breaking down the barriers    [ Women in sport ],moya-dodd-breaking-down-the-barriers.aspx


Odds and gambling codes registered    [ Ethics - gambling ]


Think of your team, WADA head David Howman urges    [ Drugs in sport ]


Robinson says Hird wanted to investigate drug ‘cream’   [ Drugs in sport ]


NRL set for major salary cap review – Smith    [ Ethics - salary ]




Soccer, Faith and Technology    [ Culture ]


Greg Louganis: An Olympic Legend on Boycotts and Bigotry   [ Ethics ]


Ecuador striker Christian Benitez dies from heart attack at 27    [ Well-being ]


If you can play, you can play Seattle Reign FC    [ Equality ]


After Soccer Player’s Death, Questions About Qatar    [ Well-being ]


Build a Positive and High-Performing Sports Team Culture    [ Culture ]


Mass suspensions for drug use loom in Major League Baseball    [ Drugs in sport ]




Sreesanth, 38 others charged over IPL fixing: lawyer    [ Match-fixing ]


With history in sight, Park keeps her cool – Park could become the first golfer to win 4 majors in one year    [ Women in sport ]


Soccer strives for elusive success    [ Culture ]




Women’s sport has far to go    [ Women in sport ]


Zabel resigns from Professional Cycling Council after admitting to “many years” of doping    [ Drugs in sport ]


Give racism a sl-app – Kick it Out launch new app to report racism and homophobic abuse at football grounds    [ Racism ]


Download the Kick it Out App    [ Racism ]


Liverpool provide explicit guide to staff for eradicating racist and homophobic crowd abuse    [ Racism ]


Social media in sport and development    [ Sport for development ]


Women’s high diving makes a splash at Barcelona worlds – new event, women’s 20m dive    [ Women in sport ]


IOC presidential candidate Thomas Bach says it is ‘poison’ to suspect all athletes of doping    [ Drugs in sport ]


Football clubs need to diversify, says Kick It Out chief    [ Equality ]


Olympic boycott isn’t the answer to Russia’s anti-gay policies    [ Ethics ]


Player jailed for on-field racist abuse of ref during soccer match    [ Racism ]




Olympics Legacy Inspires Youth in Tanzania to Engage in Sports    [ Sport for development ]


Kenya: Swimmer Dunford bags Fina position    [ Ethics ]


Empowering young girls and boys by teaching financial literacy through sport    [ Sport for development ]


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