Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 23 August 2013

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Indigenous marathon runners inspire their communities    [ Equality ]


Good Sports – a program of the Australia Drug Foundation, making community sporting clubs family friendly environments   
[ Well-being ]


Club doctors urge coaches to back a ban on cannonball tackle    [ Well-being ]


Sport: we need to talk about these women    [ Women in sport ]


Australia’s Lehmann accuses Broad of ‘blatant cheating’    [ Integrity ]


Football: Ban threat for fans who lit flares    [ Ethics ]


AFL Players Association boss Matt Finnis says details of charges against Essendon a “disturbing” read    [ Drugs in sport ]


Wheelchair rugby heading for great outdoors    [ Equality ]


Sports clubs must evolve with the various cultures in their community in order to survive    [ Equality ]


The Essendon supplements saga: what you don’t know can hurt you    [ Drugs in sport ]


Young: Time to fix Wallabies culture    [ Culture ]


NSW Physical Disability Rugby League    [ Equality ]


Sudden Cardiac Death    [ Well-being ]


Collingwood’s Multicultural Officer Yusuf Qaafow explains the great work he does while working with the community and his African Academy    [ Equality ]


NRL will join forces with the NSW government to help strengthen laws regarding crowd behaviour at junior matches    [ Ethics ]


Grandstands do not improve Sport Performance or Participation    [ Other interesting angles ]


They used my son as a guinea pig, says Bombers mum    [ Drugs in sport ]


ICC takes dim view to lighthearted Lehmann    [ Ethics ]


Rugby League: Gamesmanship or illegal tactics?    [ Ethics ]


Bulldogs superstar Ben Barba subjected to vile attacks on social media    [ Ethics ]


Social football for a cause    [ Sport for development ][tt_news]=2091&cHash=de89e0ccd2&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter


Richmond’s Korin Gamadji Institute improves AFL culture    [ Culture ]


The Two Chairs is a creative social platform for Australians to learn and contribute to the discussion about racism    [ Racism ]


Essendon will be given the chance to respond to the charges against them, says AFL’s Andrew Demetriou    [ Drugs in sport ]


Promising future for the Bakari Royals    [ Equality ]


A group of Australian footballers are blazing a trail in the newly-formed US women’s professional league    [ Women in sport ]


Rudd to launch sporting hub in Geelong    [ Other interesting angles ]




Darren Young becomes first active WWE athlete to come out as gay    [ Homophobia ]


Are you impressing people or impacting them? Alabama football coach Nick Saban on leadership    [ Leadership ]


How Can Leaders Creat Truly Inclusive Cultures? 24 CEOs on Diversity Programs That Work    [ Culture ]


An inside look at Jamaican track’s drug-testing woes    [ Drugs in sport ]


8 Trends to Watch in Sports Business    [ Other interesting angles ]


Doping ‘disaster’: shadow hangs over Jamaica’s participation in next Olympics    [ Drugs in sport ]


‘Let Them Wear Towels’: The Women Who Changed American Sports Forever    [ Women in sport ]




Dravid criticizes ICC to increase number of Twenty20s    [ Other interesting angles ]


Indian govt backs IOC move to keep tainted officials out    [ Ethics ]


Eight Chinese athletes fail tests ahead of National Games    [ Drugs in sport ]


Afghanistan to play first football home game for 10 years    [ Sport-social justice ]


Yao urges return to playing sports for joy    [ Well-being ]




Russian gold medallist insulted by ‘gay kiss’ claims    [ Homophobia ]


If Sarah Taylor joins men’s cricket, it may not help the women’s game    [ Women in sport ]


Do sporty women make better entrepreneurs?    [ Women in sport ]


EPL issues warning to clubs about player conduct    [ Ethics ]


Hope Powell: Women’s football indebted to ‘ruthless’ coach    [ Culture ]


Paralympian Richard Whitehead to run 40 marathons in 40 days – life need not have limits    [ Leadership ]


British Transplant Games offer true inspiration    [ Equality ]


Departing Head of World Athletics Lamine Diack’s dream is athletics for all    [ Equality ]


Professionals help girls kick against sport stereotypes    [ Women in sport ]


Chris Froome backs life bans for drug cheats, says he’ll happily play domestique to Bradley Wiggins    [ Drugs in sport ]


Serie A: Lazio ordered to close stand after racist chants    [ Racism ]


No doping cases from Tour de France    [ Drugs in sport ]


Gambling rife in Scottish football, says Kevin Kyle    [ Ethics - gambling ]


Players warned about clubs in Cyprus, Greece and Turkey    [ Ethics ]




Gambia: 19 Youths Arrested in Boiram for Playing Football    [ Ethics ]


The Medical Commission of International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) unanimously recommended removal of head guards in elite men’s competitions    [ Well-being ]


Castle Lager to organise soccer clinics across Tanzania run by Spain’s La Liga Champions FC Barcelona    [ Ethics ]


Nigeria: 25-Year-Old Nigerian Invents Electricity Generating Football    [ Sport for development ]


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