Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 26 April 2013

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Sharks raise concerns over Jon Mannah supplement use    [ Drugs in sport ]


A Majak moment   [ Other angle ]


One illicit drug lifeline looms under crackdown   [ Drugs in sport ]


Paralympic chief slams Ten Network   [ Equality ]


Fresh questions about World Cup bid   [ Ethics ]


I never put health of players at risk: Charter   [ Well-being ]


ASC announces almost $120 million investment in sports   [ Other angles ]$120_million_investment_in_sports


Trials herald start of a new era for Australian swimming   [ Culture Performance ]


Report: Olympic inclusion lacks on women representation   [ Equality ]


Sports stars face a year in jail if they lie to ASADA    [ Drugs in sport ]


Netball: A contract with the Diamonds is a girl’s best friend    [ Equality ]


Fawad Ahmed dreams of Ashes start but must wait on Australian citizenship    [ Ethics ]




Knicks’ J.R. Smith wins NBA Sixth Man award    [ Integrity ]


US government sues Lance Armstrong    [ Drugs in sport ]

Ayanbadejo fights for equality rights    [ Equality ]


Female Star Comes Out as Gay, and Sports World Shrugs    [ Homophobia ]


Study: aggressive coaching isn’t the best coaching    [ Well-being ]




Volleyball: The Hammer cometh    [ Leadership ]


Pakistan offers hockey support to Afghanistan    [ Sport-social justice ]




Sport can change lives, Kipketer says    [ Ethics ]


Kick It Out to launch apps for players and spectators to report abuse    [ Racism ]


Paula Radcliffe recalls her ‘impossible’ London marathon record run    [ Leadership ]


London reclaims marathon spirit with Boston tribute    [ Ethics ]

Royal & Ancient ‘will not bully’ clubs into accepting women members    [ Women in sport ]


Godolphin trainer Mahmood al-Zarooni banned from racing for eight years for doping   [ Drugs in sport ]




The shy girl who conquered London    [ Women in sport ]


Tanzania: Sports Journalists to Benefit From Aips Projects    [ Ethics ]


Egypt: Local Foundation Fights Breast Cancer Through Sports    [ Sport-social justice ]


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