Armstrong Doping Saga and the Impact of Doping on Global Sport

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Catherine Ordway is a Sports Anti-Doping Consulatant who works with national and international sporting organCatherine Ordway is a Sports Anti-Doping Consultant who works with national and international sporting organisations to provide policy advice on integrity and anti-doping issues in sport. In March 2013, Catherine will be lecturing in "Doping in Sport: Global Issues" at the UniveCatherine Ordway is a Sports Anti-Doping Consultant who works with national and international sporting organisations to provide policy advice on integrity and anti-doping issues in sport. In March 2013, Catherine will be lecturing in "Doping in Sport: Global Issues" at the University of NSW as part of the LLM course. Catherine is enrolled in her PhD to look at the link good governance (diversity on boards) has with integrity in sport. Catherine co-founded Women on Boards in 2001 and was appointed to the Australian Canoeing board in April 2012. Catherine looks at the decision by Lance Armstrong not to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and asks what the revelations from the international doping scandal might mean for cycling and the broader sporting community.rsity of NSW as part of the LLM course. Catherine is enrolled in her PhD to look at the link good governance (diversity on boards) has with integrity in sport. Catherine co-founded Women on Boards in 2001 and was appointed to the Australian Canoeing board in April 2012. Catherine looks at the decision by Lance Armstrong not to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and asks what the revelations from the international doping scandal might mean for cycling and the broader sporting community.isations to provide policy advice on integrity and anti-doping issues in sport. In March 2013, Catherine will be lecturing in "Doping in Sport: Global Issues" at the University of NSW as part of the LLM course. Catherine is enrolled in her PhD to look at the link good governance (diversity on boards) has with integrity in sport. Catherine co-founded Women on Boards in 2001 and was appointed to the Australian Caneoing board in April 2012.  

Catherine looks at the decision by Lance Armstrong not to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and asks what the revelations from the international doping scandal might mean for cycling and the broader sporting community. 

Period7 Jan 2013

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  • TitleArmstrong Doping Saga and the Impact of Doping on Global Sport
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletUNSW Centre for Law
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size3 Pages
    CountryAustralia
    Date7/01/13
    DescriptionCatherine Ordway is a Sports Anti-Doping Consultant who works with national and international sporting organisations to provide policy advice on integrity and anti-doping issues in sport. In March 2013, Catherine will be lecturing in "Doping in Sport: Global Issues" at the University of NSW as part of the LLM course. Catherine is enrolled in her PhD to look at the link good governance (diversity on boards) has with integrity in sport. Catherine co-founded Women on Boards in 2001 and was appointed to the Australian Canoeing board in April 2012. Catherine looks at the decision by Lance Armstrong not to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and asks what the revelations from the international doping scandal might mean for cycling and the broader sporting community.
    Producer/AuthorUniversity of New South Wales & Catherine Ordway
    PersonsCatherine Ordway