Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 28 March 2013

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‘Normalised’ gambling ads blamed for high betting rate of NRL fans    [ Ethics - gambling ]


Sports Minister praises ‘impressive’ progress of drugs probe   [ Drugs in sport ]


Taking the contact out of sport   [ Well-being ]


Webber ponders future   [ Other angles ]


Women and cycling: closing the gender divide    [ Women in sport ]


As ASADA turns up heat on Dons, Demetriou to warns their rivals    [ Drugs in sport ]


AFL in pokies’ thrall    [ Ethics - gambling ]


Wanderers condemn unruly fans    [ Ethics ]


AFL see the light on women’s footy    [ Women in sport ]




Acceptance by Example, on the Field and at Home    [ Leadership ]


LGBT Allies Prepare For Gay NFL Player To Come Out    [ Homophobia ]




Paying Hong Kong soccer players a bonus if they win is good    [ Ethics - salary/revenue ]


Boxing: AIBA bans headgear, toughens scoring system    [ Ethics ]


IPL 6: Sri Lankan players will not participate in Chennai matches    [ Ethics ]





Kevin-Prince Boateng says racist players should be sacked    [ Racism ]


Racism in football: Fifa taskforce details to be revealed    [ Racism ]


Baroness Sue Campbell: ‘I really believe sport changes lives’    [ Ethics ]


Liverpool striker Luis Suarez faces Fifa action after punching opponent in the face during World Cup qualifier for Uruguay    [ Ethics ]




South Africa: R50m Missing From World Cup Funds    [ Ethics - salary/revenue ]


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