• 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.
  • 12.11.2000 /
    The bidding game alliteration reflects perfectly the situation of the position of sports rights in the beginning of the 21st century.
  • 12.11.2000 /
    In the past few years we have many examples where the ideals of sport are being tarnished in ways that suggests sports men and women and the people who work with are under intolerable pressure to deliver success.
  • 12.11.2000 /
    Sport events and sport shows cannot make people of the Third World forget underdevelopment, poverty and hunger.
  • 12.11.2000 /
    The past century of integrated sport has demonstrated that interracial athletic competition has both positive and negative effects.
  • 12.11.2000 /
    Globalization confronts the world with new paradoxes. While the market by its commercial logic tends to unify consumption and life on a global level, nation building appears as a counterstrategy.

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