Bluestone Round up: Ethics in sport – 7 March 2013

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Call to reveal drug users    [ Drugs in sport ]


Australia’s sporting image tarnished: Coates   [ Integrity ]


ASADA probes Cronulla Sharks over Stephen Dank link   [ Drugs in sport ]


Breaststroke technique to cop an underwater kicking from proposed new start rule   [ Ethics ]

Female Chef de Mission possible for Sochi    [ Women in sport ]


Surfing champ Kelly Slater says recreational drug use is rampant in the sport    [ Drugs in sport ]




My walk off not good for golf’ – McIlroy    [ Leadership ]


Webb to head FIFA Anti-racism task force    [ Racism ]


Extreme grief    [ Well-being ]


NHL: Eye Injury to Ranger Raises Issue of Helmet Visors Again    [ Well-being ]




Pakistan to play hockey in India after 7 years    [ Soort-social justice ]


Gaza Marathon Canceled After Women Are Barred From Participating    [ Women in sport ]




Laurie Cunningham: Tragic tale of the kid who amazed Madrid    [ Racism ]


Three in five former English Premier League players ‘bankrupt’    [ Ethics- salary/revenue ]


David Beckham praised for commitment to Chinese football development – video    [ Sport for development ]


Manchester United v Real Madrid: Should Nani have been sent off?    [ Fairness ]

Tennis: Laura Robson warms to role of ambassador in new tie-up with Virgin Active    [ Women in sport ]




Zimbabwe: FUZ Want Minimum Wage    [ Ethics - salary/revenue ]


Rwanda: British Teen Fundraising to Coach Young Footballers    [ Sport for development ]


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