Sports Governance: Doping and Integrity Measures

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In Canberra in 2009, as the keynote speaker for the Australian and NZ Sports Law Association annual conference, Declan Hill called on Australian sports to take the risk of match fixing seriously, prticulalry in light of the threat from asian gambling and organised crime syndicates. Many commentators suggested that Hill was overstating the case, even dismissing his advice as self-promotion and posturing. Now Hill must be holding back from blogging: 'I told you so!"

Subject

Sports Governance and Doping and Integrity Measures.

Period13 Sep 2013

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  • TitleSports Governance: Doping and Integrity Measures
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletUNSW Sydney
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size3 Pages
    CountryAustralia
    Date13/09/13
    DescriptionIn Canberra in 2009, as the keynote speaker for the Australian and NZ Sports Law Association annual conference, Declan Hill called on Australian sports to take the risk of match fixing seriously, prticulalry in light of the threat from asian gambling and organised crime syndicates. Many commentators suggested that Hill was overstating the case, even dismissing his advice as self-promotion and posturing. Now Hill must be holding back from blogging: 'I told you so!"
    Producer/AuthorCatherine Ordway
    PersonsCatherine Ordway