Play the Game 2005

  • 23.12.2005 /
    Play the Game 2005 was a success. At least that is the almost unanimous verdict from the 137 respondents who took part in the net-based evaluation survey which was sent to all conference participants shortly after the conference.
  • 22.12.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: Michel Zen-Ruffinen, ousted Secretary General of FIFA, held the closing speech at Play the Game 2005 on road maps for better governance in sport. The sports lawyer gave examples of corruption in sport and some counter measures. However, the real problems are located in sports administration and Zen-Ruffinen called for the public to act as prosecutors on behalf of sport.
  • 30.11.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: FIFA has more member nations than the UN. Steven Menary examins the reasons for this phenomena in his conference presentation at Play the Game 2005.
  • 30.11.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: On the opening day of Play the Game 2005, Kelli White, former World Champion in sprint, took the stand to explain why she had decided to use drugs to enhance her performance.
  • 30.11.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: A critical evaluation of WADA’s prohibited list was given at the Play the Game 2005 conference by Thomads Søbirk Petersen.
  • 30.11.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: This paper presents the first results of a new program at Shantou University in Guangdong Province, China to train China’s next generation of sports journalists.
  • 30.11.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: Programme specialist, Paul Marriott-Lloyd speaks at Play the Game about the realisation of an important milestone in the fight against doping in sport.
  • 30.11.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: Laura Robinson is the author of the book " Crossing the Line - Violence and sexual assaults in Canada's national sport". Her vital research on sexual abuse in Canadian junior hockey was met with a deep and intellectual understanding outside the boarders of her home country Canada.

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