Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 21 March 2013

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Demetriou urges new philosophy    [ Culture ]


Drugs focus turns to individuals as all but one NRL club cleared   [ Drugs in sport ]


Gender imbalance may cost top sports   [ Women in sport ]


Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority to interview 31 NRL players   [ Drugs in sport ]

AFL announces concussion rule change    [ Well-being ]


Less clout for ASADA in new bill    [ Drugs in sport ]




N.F.L. Is Pressured on Issues of Gay Rights    [ Homophobia ]


If in doubt, sit it out: new US concussion rule sidelines athletes    [ Well-being ]


North east rising – why football in Brazil’s poorest region may be on the up    [ Sport for development ]




Iraq war 10 years on: a female weightlifter’s story – video    [ Women in sport ]




Nazi salute earns soccer player Giorgos Katidis a life ban on playing for Greece    [ Ethics ]


Doping in sport: Counting the cost    [ Drugs in sport ]


Police will investigate West Ham coin-throwing at Chelsea    [ Ethics ]


FIFA medical chief Michel D’Hooghe fears abuse of anti-inflammatories    [ Drugs in sport ]


FA marks Muamba anniversary with life-saving scheme    [ Well-being ]


Premier League warned over ‘rich and poor’ split in wake of TV deal    [ Ethics ]




Athletes slowed by outdated training    [ Fairness ]


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