Bluestone Round Up: Ethics in sport – 4 April 2014

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Australia / NZ

AFL players will be required to log supplements taken on smart phones    [ Drugs in sport ]


Culture shock can make or break indigenous AFL players    [ Culture ]


New Zealand Rugby begins anti-corruption drive    [ Integrity ]


Spinal specialist Dr John Yeo wants NRL to ban gang tackles in wake of Alex McKinnon injury    [ Well-being ]


Football codes unite against homophobia    [ Homophobia ]


Jaimie Fuller: We need more women in sport, instead of the same old same old    [ Women in sport ]


AFL ushers in new drugs code, officially banning controversial drug AOD-9604    [ Drugs in sport ]


Social media and our sportspeople – the pleasure and the pain’    [ Ethics ]


EXCLUSIVE: Third referee now to assist ‘majority rule’ decisions in big moments    [ Ethics ]


Magnussen on personal growth, leadership and evolving as an athlete    [ Leadership ]


Basketball: Wildcats: a slam dunk for Jack Bendat at 89    [ Performance ]


NSW Sport Minister Gabrielle Upton raises prospect of funding based on pay equality    [ Women in sport ]


‘I would subscribe to yr magazine if only I felt women were valued as athletes instead of dolls’ -13yr olds letter to Tracks Surfing magazine    [ Women in sport ]




Northwestern players get union vote    [ Equality ]


Breaking down the last barrier in sports    [ Equality ]


Uruguay FA board resignation fuels World Cup fears    [ Ethics ]


Power of Sport to Inform, Empower and Transform    [ Well-being ]


Psychologist Helps Huskies Forge Lasting Bonds    [ Performance ]




Saudi urged to send more women to Olympic games    [ Women in sport ]


6th MBR Creative Sports Award officially launched    [ Performance ]




Barcelona to appeal FIFA transfer ban after “serious” rule breaches by La Liga giant    [ Ethics ]


Depression highly prevalent in footballers    [ well-being ]


The world celebrates first ever International Day of Sport for Development and Peace    [ Sport for development ]


Women’s Boat Race: Sponsors have finally stopped treating female rowers as ‘the underclass’    [ Women in sport ]


The role of coaching in participation – new briefing paper    [ Equality ]


Seven footballers arrested in spot-fixing investigation    [ Match-fixing ]




Ghana to promote goalball sport    [ Equality ]


Nigeria: Evans, Rauf Banned Four Years Over Doping Violation    [ Drugs in sport ]




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