• 09.11.2002 /
    Writing the book "Crossing the Line: Violence and Sexual Assault in Canada's National Sport" was a six year journey for journalist Laura Robinson. Here she recounts the story of how she exposed a rape culture in junior hockey and how she has been deeply affected by the story.
  • 09.11.2002 /
    Power Point of Barrie Houlihan's presentation "Dying to Win: The International Anti-doping Code"
  • 09.11.2002 /
    A survey of sports journalism in Norway, Denmark and Sweden shows that Scandinavian newspapers' sport coverage is uncritical and one-sided.
  • 09.11.2002 /
    When people meet in the sports field it is based upon a common language, and gives an opportunity to develop your own skills in a challenging interaction with your opponent.
  • 09.11.2002 /
    Shortly before Christmas two years ago, a letter landed on the desk of our then Minister of Culture, Mrs. Elsebeth Nielsen. It was no Christmas Card.
  • 28.10.2002 /
    The Football Association's new chief executive Adam Crozier rocked the old order shortly after taking over in January, by daring to appear in public with neither a tie nor even a blazer, which have been standard FA issue for decades. Last weekend the former Saatchi & Saatchi chief executive stretched this new dawn close to revolution, startling the football world by presenting the unthinkable: a plan for the FA.
  • 28.10.2002 /
    The IOC wants to use the Olympic games in Sydney to rehabilitate Olympic doping control. A timely decision and professor John Hoberman argues that the Sydney Games are one of our last opportunities to prevent the further transformation of sport into a high-performance freak show.
  • 28.10.2002 /
    Relationships between sport and money are longstanding and necessary: this cannot be concealed in the light of a Coubertanian ideal that is often poorly understood.

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