• 12.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: The decisions in "Hamburger" and "Bray" of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) bring to the fore the question with whose laws do the athlete comply?
  • 12.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: In this article, Laura Robinson explains how and why she wrote the play FrontRunners about ten indigenous runners in Canada. These men had been good runners and students in 1967 when Winnipeg hosted the Pan-Am Games and had been selected to run 800 kilometres with the torch from St. Paul, Minnesota to Winnipeg. However, just before entering the stadium the torch was taken from them and given to a non-Aboriginal runner.
  • 12.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: Declan Hill explains why the Russian mafia is attracted to hockey both in the former Soviet Union and abroad. He shows how organised crime figures deliberately targeted some of the top hockey players in the NHL and were able to socialise with them, to extort them, and in some cases to actually go into business with them.
  • 12.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: I am an Argentine journalist who, for many years, has been following the developments in Brazilian football.
  • 12.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: In order to understand a piece of information, prejudice is necessary.
  • 12.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: While Africa is rapidly improving in the world of sport, we should ask ourselves where are the African sportswomen? In this presentation I will explain how surviving and succeeding in sport as a woman is still a nightmare for many Tanzanian girls and women.
  • 12.11.2002 /
    Knowlede bank: The Football Association of Greenland challenged the FIFA-monopoly on international matches when it organised a friendly against Tibet. The Greenlanders want to be able to play international games without being forced to depend on the Danish Football Association.
  • 12.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: Doctor and senior consultant Michael Friedberg explains the origins, properties and medical uses of EPO in the treatment of kidney patients.

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