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Play the Game 2019 - Athlete power on the rise
Join leading stakeholders in debates on sports governance, corruption and crime, safeguarding of athletes, the future of anti-doping and other vital issues in sport.
Bring your ideas, solutions and expertise to Play the Game 2019 in Colorado Springs (CO), USA, from 13-16 October.
Anti-Semitism in sport: Discrimination and death threats21.03.2019 /In recent years, rich Muslim countries have won many politically attractive hosting rights for international sporting events. But, Israeli athletes pay a high price for this development. >
Scandals put a lid on Olympic enthusiasm in Tokyo12.03.2019 /While the recently initiated French investigtion into Japanese Olympic head Tsunekazu Takeda and his alleged corruption is unlikely to affect the Games themselves, it has not reflected well on Takeda. >
Doping in Seefeld – It’s about intelligence06.03.2019 /There is an old saying that doping is an intelligence test – only the stupid get caught. But we should also question the intelligence of fans who are surprised when new doping scandals occur. >
Call for Papers: Play the Game 2019 – Athlete power on the rise04.03.2019 /Crossing the Atlantic for the first time, the 11th edition of the Play the Game conference sets the athletes center stage. >
ASOIF launches vision on future of sport01.03.2019 /In a new report, ASOIF lines out recommendations for sports bodies on how to answer to the radical changes that they face today and in the future. >
Two decades of sport and politics inside WADA21.02.2019 /The world of sport is better off with WADA in it than without it, says Richard Pound in an interview, looking back at achievements and disappointments from WADA's first 20 years. >