• 11.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: In Kosova, sports federations attempt to use sport as a tool of reconciliation. Boards of federations must have at least one representative from minorities, and teams with different ethnic backgrounds have started playing against each other, reports journalist Driton Lafiti.
  • 11.11.2002 /
    Knowledge Bank: Aidan White, Secretary General of the International Federation of Journalists, points out the complicity of the media in producing bad sports journalism. The degree of economic interdependence between media and the world of sports whether through advertising, sponsorship or negotiation of television rights has led to complacency and worse in the editorial approach to sports reporting.
  • 11.11.2002 /
    In this PowerPoint presentation, Peter Schjerling of the Danish Muscle Research Centre explains the basics of gene doping.
  • 11.11.2002 /
    Knowledge bank: In Liberia, Don Bosco Homes has succesfully used soccer tournaments to rehabilitate child soldiers and raise awareness of HIV/Aids and childrens' rights.
  • 11.11.2002 /
    The Italian doping expert Sandro Donati reveals the growing consumption of sports drugs and the related illegal sector, using one Italian court case as an example of how internationalized the drug trade is
  • 11.11.2002 /
    Chief detective inspector Gunnar Hermansson from the Swedish police is an expert on the black market for anabolic steroids and other hormones. In this articles he outlines the main illegal products and explains where they come from.
  • 11.11.2002 /
    Despite the profile that it engenders for a nation as well as a myriad of benefits, sport remains a low priority in the budgets of most of the worlds developing nations. But, argues William Glenwright, sport is an integral and necessary component of an overall aid program geared essentially towards the alleviation of poverty.
  • 10.11.2002 /
    During the last three decades, Kenyans have dominated middle- and long-distance races. The reasons for this dominance are still not known but factors that may play a role are genetic endowment, upbringing and training.

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