• 14.11.2000 /
    In this article, Anders Levinsens introduces the Open Fun Football Schools, which is a humanitarian sports project he has initiated and implemented in Bosnia Herzegovina and FYR Macedonia.
  • 14.11.2000 /
    In 1989 football games for players of Kosovar origin was driven underground by Serbian police. In the period until 1998 Kosova had more than 130 football clubs and more than 10.000 footballers, who played all their games in secret, tells journalist Driton Lafiti.
  • 13.11.2000 /
    How can we describe a press corps that up until 1998 passively hitched a ride on the professional cycling caravan, allowing the riders to lift share values up with them into the mountains?
  • 13.11.2000 /
    The commercialisation of football follows the Hillsborough Disaster. But the process has alienated many lifelong supporters.
  • 13.11.2000 /
    Sports is fascinating but not innocent. As a mirror of societal oppositions, sport is full of tensions. Sports is a perfect tool for mobilising people for a common responsibility.
  • 13.11.2000 /
    The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games represent a significant turning point in the fight for fair and equitable competition. Drug cheats are now finding fewer and fewer places to hide.
  • 13.11.2000 /
    Disclosures of doping during the 1998 Tour de France were the cause of a hysterical debate in Denmark. A contributory cause of the fierceness of the debate was, perhaps, the fact that the Danish national hero Bjarne Riis had won the Tour two years previously.
  • 12.11.2000 /
    In order to understand the link between sport and national development the logical starting point is to take an overview of the fundamental benefits of sport from the perspectives of individual requirements.

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