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What is the future of doping in sport?

With the new WADA Code being recently introduced and hailed by Australian Olympic Committee President John Coates as a ‘game changer’[1], the topic of doping in sport is very much in the spotlight yet again. 1,008 more words

Law

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As the Climax Series (CS) approaches, we took the time to conduct an online survey of 17,577 male baseball fans aged 20-54 who say they attend at least one game every season. 440 more words

Tigers

Buckner Expands Sports Law Practice with Anti-Doping Intelligence-Gathering and Investigative Services

Buckner enhances its specialized, multi-disciplined sports law practice with intelligence-gathering and investigative services to address doping issues in Olympic and global sports

POMPANO BEACH, Fla., 23 September 2014 – Buckner, a global-focused sports law firm, is pleased to announce the launch of its anti-doping intelligence-gathering and investigative services. 533 more words

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Pune

For years, Pune’s (pronounced as Poo-nay) salubrious climate–thanks to its proximity to the Sahayadri hills–had made it a favored place to retire. Sadly, the wheels of growth have been spinning unrelentingly. 536 more words

Trips

WORLD SERIES CLASSICS

WORLD SERIES CLASSICS- In the Beginning: Chicago Cubs-Let’s Play (Win) Two.
After going at each other with unparalleled viciousness for two years, the established National League and the fledgling American League buried the hatchet (they knew where they buried said hatchet). 582 more words

An ASADA settlement: Business as usual or 'not on'?

All stakeholders are presently denying the prospect of a settlement between the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) and affected players of Essendon Football Club’s supplements saga. 2,071 more words

Litigation

How to navigate twists & turns of Essendon v ASADA saga

As we follow the tortuous twists and turns of the litigation brought by Essendon Football Club and James Hird against the Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority (ASASA), it seems that each news bulletin discloses further ‘options’ or paths the protagonists might pursue. 3,269 more words

Litigation