Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 31 January 2013

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AFL Drugs: Clubs can ‘do more to help’ if told sooner    [ Drug in sport ]


There is nothing quite so unsporting as modern sport, so it’s simple – don’t trust anyone   [ Ethics ]


Boxing: ‘They robbed me. You all seen it’: Mundine lashes out after loss to Geale   [ Fairness ]


John Steffensen suspended by Athletics Australia – again   [ Ethics ]–again-20130131-2dms4.html




The zany story of two self ordained sports science entrepreneurs    [ Other angles ]
The zany story of two self ordained sports science entrepreneurs


Cycling: Lance Armstrong wants confession amnesty    [ Drugs in sport ]


Lessons From a Hug by LeBron James    [ Well-being ]


Blocking Path of Baseball’s Drug Inquiries    [ Drugs in sport ]




Cricket: Women seek their place in sun at World Cup    [ Women in sport ]


Special Olympians can inspire activists in Burma: Suu Kyi    [ Sport-social justice ]


Vietnam: Tan wins nation’s inaugural fair play award    [ Fairness ]




Quest for perfection harms young players    [ Well-being ]


Return of Arran Brindle, the record breaker of women’s cricket    [ Women in sport ]


Striker Jozy Altidore will ‘pray for’ fans who racially abused him    [ Racism ]


Dead marathon runner had now-banned stimulant in water bottle    [ Drugs in sport ]


British Basketball optimistic that UK Sport will restore its funding    [ Ethics - salary/revenue ]





Afcon 2013/ Assou-Ekotto : “African players are paid less because of the AFCON”    [ Ethics= salary/revenue ]


Football: Keita and co donate Afcon bonuses to Mali’s war effort    [ Sport for development ]


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