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Is Criminal Law Really the Solution to Doping?

By Stephanie Leong – Thompson Rivers University 3L JD Student

The German government last week presented a bill that would make doping in sport a criminal offence, punishable by up to three years imprisonment. 699 more words

Jon Heshka

James Hird v ASADA Appeal, Report Day 2

When Court adjourned after Day 1 of James Hird’s appeal, ASADA’s legal team had likely decided a rethink was in order.

Earlier that day, ASADA’s Senior Counsel, Tom Howe, had sought to take the short route home. 2,648 more words


Anti-doping & top Kenyan Athletes - Lessons from Rita Jeptoo's Case

There is a great deal of information as well as misinformation about Rita Jeptoo’s case. Hopefully this article will shed a light on the issue and encourage positive debate. 2,001 more words

Sports Law

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The Lasting Effects of Performance Enhancing Drugs: What does this mean for sport?

By Brittany Corwin – Thompson Rivers University 3L JD Student

In 2013, University of Oslo’s Professor of Physiology, Kristian Gundersen, and his team of scientists found that athletes’ muscles can retain the performance-enhancing benefit of anabolic steroids well after the athlete has actually taken the steroids. 688 more words

Jon Heshka

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


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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