News articles

  • 14.10.2019 /
    Sports administrators’ choice of words doesn’t imply they are taking effective action against crime and corruption. Good governance was a hot topic in Monday’s opening session at Play the Game 2019.
  • 14.10.2019 /
    The latest edition of Play the Game’s Sports Governance Observer could lead to some changes at the International Ski Federation. The benchmarking tool was up for debate at Play the Game 2019.
  • 13.10.2019 /
    U.S. gymnastics coach Larry Nassar abused at least 250 young women and girls before his crimes were exposed. Why was he allowed to continue offending for so long? And what can we learn from such cases?
  • 13.10.2019 /
    Interview with whistleblowers Yuliya and Vitaly Stepanov on the importance of the Play the Game conference and their thoughts about the future.
  • 13.10.2019 /
    Yuliya Stepanova became famous for exposing the Russian state doping scandal. Today, she attended the opening of Play the Games’ conference in Colorado Springs with her husband Vitaly Stepanov.
  • 13.10.2019 /
    Sport would be nothing without its participants. But are the rights of athletes still taking a back seat to commercial and political interests?
  • 13.10.2019 /
    Over 300 participants will be gathered in the coming days during Play the Game 2019 which for the first time is being held outside of Europe. More than 170 speakers will share their views and thoughts on sport and society in Colorado Springs - Olympic City USA.
  • 10.10.2019 /
    Play the Game has again benchmarked a group of international Olympic federations. In spite of improvements, four out of six are still below a 50% score.

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