Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 6 September 2013

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Geelong Cats kicking goals for healthy workplaces    [ Well-being ]


Australian Football League club to probe dwarf burning report    [ Ethics ]


NRL appoints independent investigator to quiz Greenberg    [ Integrity ]


US college basketballers firmly in AFL’s sights    [ Other interesting angles ]


Muslim spinner given leave to keep a sponsor off his back    [ Ethics ]


Coates congratulates new Swimming President    [ Leadership ]


Heat on Greenberg as inquiry focuses on integrity of game    [ Integrity ]


Dean Jones fuming over joke made about Fawad Ahmed by Richie Benaud parody Twitter account    [ Racism ]


Community sport Australia calls for next Federal Government to maintain funding for sport    [ Other interesting angles ]


When parents get abusive on the football field    [ Well-being ]


Former refs boss Bill Harrigan worried about the effect of constant criticism on referees    [ Well-being ]


Rugby teenager Daniel Mailata banned for 15 years over bashing of linesman in club game    [ Ethics ]


Football’s forgotten people: women in football (part 2)    [ Women in sport ]


Port Adelaide rookie sensation Jake Neade to guide youth – on importance of healthy lifestyles and Aboriginal culture    [ Culture, well-being ]




Canada announces new Paralympic high performance athlete development advisor    [ Equality ]


Lauren Jackson targets anti-gay WNBA star Sophia Young after Twitter outburst    [ Homophobia ]


Cycling Canada, USA Cycling ask top sports court to rule on cycling election dispute    [ Ethics ]


Kevin Turner on NFL deal with ex-players suffering from concussion-related brain disorders – video    [ Well-being ]


Oracle Team USA have been stung three times by an international jury following its cheating in the America’s Cup world series    [ Ethics ]


Troubled Seoul: Johnson out to make amends in drug fight    [ Drugs in sport ]


Cornell Soccer Player Atticus DeProspo Comes Out After Being Inspired by Robbie Rogers    [ Homophobia ]


Sportswomen are beginning to score more commercial goals—but they still have a lot of ground to make up    [ Women in sport ]


Head injuries in American football: The high cost of calm    [ Well-being ]


Sacramento Kings: Head Coach Mike Malone Changing Culture by Setting the Example    [ Culture ]




IBF forms disciplinary committee to hear charges of fixing    [ Match-fixing ]


The women’s majlis: Sport has the power to inspire women    [ Women in sport ]


Thirteen-year-old sensation Ye Wocheng to tee off with the professionals – and some aren’t happy about it    [ Ethics ]


Thrown match casts shadow on rugby    [ Match-fixing ]


National Games plagued by scandal    [ Ethics ]




‘The number of women in sport needs to grow’    [ Women in sport ]


Sustainability limits are stretched by the global battle for the talent    [ Other interesting angles ]


Wayne Barnes warns referees will employ hard line over new scrum laws    [ Ethics ]


Why one year on from the Paralympic Games I will travel the length of the UK in my wheelchair    [ Equality ]


Eden Hazard, Christian Benteke and Marouane Fellaini have ensured the Belgians are back – but was it down to luck or good planning?    [ People development ]–but-was-it-down-to-luck-or-good-planning-8799006.html


Bristol football bosses condemn fans’ derby violence    [ Ethics ]


Welsh football club forced to condemn player after racist Twitter abuse    [ Racism ]


Bill Beswick: You should always adopt the fighter mentality    [ People development ]


Burghley Horse Trials: ‘You cannot make eventing categorically safe’    [ Well-being ]


Angerer Wins European Footballer of the Year Award    [ Women in sport ]




The game must go on: The role of sport at Za’atari refugee camp    [ Sport for development ]


Zimbabwe: Fifa Suspends Chafa in Drugs Probe    [ Drugs in sport ]


The regulation of TV sports rights has happened in Europe and now looks set to happen in South Africa. Yunus Carrim, the new Minister for Communications has promised action by March 2014    [ Ethics ]


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