Play the Game 2002 conference magazine

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The "Play the game" magazine gives you extensive journalistic coverage of the Copenhagen conference in November 2002. You can download it free of charge in pdf-format by clicking on the titles below.

 

Read the entire Play the Game 2002 magazine on ISSU.com

 

Page 1:

Front page

 

 

Play the game

Declan Hill
- one of the outstanding journalists who
talked about sports and organised crime.
Photo: Niels Nyholm

 

Page 2:

Editorial
Play the game became a home for the homeless questions in international sport

 

Page 3:

Dangerous liaisons
When professional sport meets organised crime

 

Page 4-5:

Dialogue with China
The organisers of Beijing 2008 faced tough questions about human rights

 

Page 6-7:

FIFA under fire
One football leader stood up against criticism from investigative journalists

 

Page 8-10:

Scrutinising sports media
They miss the scoop of the decade, a Scandinavian survey concludes

 

Page 11:

Festival journalism
Sport is also relevant when no medals are at stake

 

Page 12:

Fair game for nationalism
When Swedes lose, Norwegians celebrate, says researcher

 

Page 13:

Toy for politicians
Politicians round the world benefit from sporting success

 

Page 14-15:

Talent or sex appeal
Women are defining new role models for sports heroines

 

Page 16-17:

The female burden
Sexual harassment is widespread, but political influence still scarce for sports women

 

Page 18-20:

On thin ice
The sexual abuse revelations that shocked Canada's sacred ice hockey world

 

Page 21:

Preventing suicide
Sport seem to encourage young Aborigines 

 

Page 22:

Drug dealing on the rise
The illegal drug trade is growing and causes daily tragedies

 

Page 24:

Doping fight under debate
WADA has made progress, but will it get sufficient support?

 

Page 25:

Doctors, dopers
Doctors still play a dubious role in doping distribution

 

Page 26:

Uneasy legacy
The doping culture didn't follow Eastern Germany into the grave

 

Page 27:

Confusing rules
Athletes have been trapped in conflicting doping regulations

 

Page 28:

Back to basis
The Danish Minister of Culture urged sport to stick to old values

 

Page 28:

Move or die
A sedentary lifestyle is more dangerous than smoking

 

Page 29:

Passport protection
Swedes use blood passport to protect athletes and fair play

 

Page 30-31:

Dual dilemma

 

Page 32:

Ethics, please
The danger to sports democracy may come from sport itself

 

Page 33:

450 kms on bare feet
Tahahumara Indians are the most enduring runners in the world

 

Page 34-35:

Anti-heroes
Eddy the Eagle and Grandma Luge fill out important roles

 

Page 36:

Deprived of childhood
Children soldiers are rehabilitated with ball games

 

Page 37:

David & David v Goliath
Greenland and Tibet fought hard for permission to play

 

Page 38:

Sport and development
Sport is a cheap way to improve health and quality of life

 

Page 39-41:

A force for the good
Sport and media should use their clout to improve society

 

Page 42:

Fact sheet
Play the game in brief

 

Page 43:

Play the game award

 

Page 44:

Contents

 

 

Click here to get the entire magazine, pp 1-44 = 2,7 MB

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