Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 5 July 2013

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AFL must promote women: Mostyn    [ Women in sport ]


Experiencing new opportunities: “I look up to Majak because he made it…it gives more opportunities for other multicultural kids…”   [ Equality ]


NBL season in danger of being scrapped   [ Ethics - salary/revenue ]


Drug-free Tour win impossible: Armstrong   [ Drugs in sport ]


AFL: Invoice backs claims of banned peptide use    [ Drugs in sport ]


Dare to dream: Can Margaret Fisher be the 2013 Over 80s World Tennis Champion    [ Women in sport ]


We’ve come a long way, ladies: They started playing sport when there was little to be gained beyond a pat on the back    [ Women in sport ]


Bombers players were treated like guinea pigs    [ Drugs in sport ]


Officials to carry can if WADA finds wrongdoing at Essendon    [ Drugs in sport ]


Tom Fraser-Holmes has become a leader of the Australian team    [ Culture ]


A-League clubs to see slight salary cap raise under new pay deal    [ Ethics - salary/revenue ]


Coates pays tribute to Lundy    [ Other angles ]


Paralympic Org: Hartson welcomes launch of DisabilityCare Australia    [ Equality ]


Partnerships to help stamp out racism in sport – WA Football and Netball WA    [ Racism ]


“We wouldn’t of made friends if we didn?t come to Football United”: the impacts of a football program on young people’s peer, prosocial and cross-cultural relationships    [ Sport-social justice ]


Australian sports stars speak out against racism    [ Racism ]


Some schools had threatened to ban rugby league if code went soft on on-field violence in State of Origin    [ Ethics ]


Women’s World Cup bid gets boost from GI    [ Women in sport ]


FFA bans and fines players for betting    [ Ethics-gambling ]


Bombers hit record membership despite ASADA woes    [ Drugs in sport ]


Women in Sport – ABS Report June 2013    [ Women in sport ]


Recognition for Australian-supported netball program in Tonga    [ Sport for development ]


Jillaroos primed for successful campaign at Women’s Rugby League World Cup    [ Women in sport ]




Riders can win without drugs: van Garderen    [ Drugs in sport ]


Study Reveals Alarming Safety Trends in Youth Sports: 11% of youth athletes offered “bounty” to injure opposing player    [ Well-being ]


Living the wired life: a day in the life of a triathlete    [ Other angles ]




Dima Ardah: Inspiring future badminton stars in the Arab world    [ Women in sport ]


American Nick Pugliese breaking barriers by playing in Afghanistan    [ Culture ]




Study: Hot conditions in professional football    [ Well-being ]


Eight Turkish athletes tested positive for banned substances at European Team Championships in Gateshead   [ Drugs in sport ]


Gerard Kinsella: Stupidity led to two-year drugs ban from football    [ Drugs in sport ]


Europa League: Andy Preece makes history in breaking colour bar and targets the top    [ Equality ]


A penalty system for bad drivers is one of several changes to Formula One for next season    [ Fairness ]


In Spain, Nike Sets Up Laser Soccer Fields Upon Your Request    [ Other angles ]


Science Weekly podcast: the mathematics of sport    [ Performance ]


Women’s sport is being held back by “1950s” sports coverage and inequality, warned the Shadow Culture, Media and Sport Secretary    [ Women in sport ]


Rising From Adversity and Making It Into an Unlikely Semifinals Field    [ Other angles ]


Wimbledon 2013: Tennis chief defends drug testing    [ Drugs in sport ]




Fifa throws Bafana a lifeline for 2014 World Cup    [ Ethics ]


NBA’s huge lesson to Ugandan sports    [ Other angles ]


Inspire Girls Nigeria: Using sports as a tool for the development of young girls    [ Sport for development ]


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