Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 4 April 2013

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Let women play in Big Bash League, says Steve Waugh    [ Women in sport ]


NRL brings in change to charge definition   [ Ethics ]


Failed breath test puts Wells in history books   [ Ethics ]


SACA found guilty of illegally approaching Muirhead   [ Ethics ]

‘Head bin’ trial hailed success despite clash over science    [ Well-being ]


Equine-use-only tag a simple mistake    [ Drugs in sport ]


Netball Australia CEO Kate Palmer on broadcast and sponsorship deals and challenges facing female athletes    [ Women in sport ]




Chris Clemons, Seattle Seahawks Player, Says It Would Be ‘Selfish’ For NFL Player To Come Out As Gay    [ Drugs in sport ]


Basketballer’s gruesome injury becomes a social media spectacle    [ Other angles ]


Abuse and gay slurs: US university sacks basketball coach after video causes outrage    [ Ethics ]




Saudi Arabia to allow women’s sports clubs    [ Women in sport ]


Basketball: Arsalan Kazemi first Iranian to win a scholarship to Division 1 college helps team get to NCAA tournament    [ Ethics ]




UEFA backs referees stopping matches for racism    [ Racism ]


Robbie Rogers: why coming out as gay meant I had to leave football    [ Homophobia ]


Oliver Holt on Rio Ferdinand: Why sickening chants show race hate is still part of our game    [ Racism ]


Brighton fans ask authorities to combat homophobic abuse in football    [ Homophobia ]

Russian hammer champion Olga Kuzenkova is banned for doping    [ Drugs in sport ]


Facism row engulfs British football club Sunderland    [ Ethics ]




SA swimmers forced to pay their own way at FINA world champs    [ Ethics ]


Fifa warns SA govt against interference in match-fixing probe    [ Match-fixing ]


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