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It’s How You Finish That Counts | Sportsmanship Blog

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Sometimes it's not how you start, but how you finish that counts. For example, take Meghan Vogel, a junior runner for West Liberty-Salem High ...

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Kearse Lowe's comment, December 17, 2012 10:10 AM
wow! amazing article !!
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Financial Considerations Often Trounce Ethics in NCAA Sports | Business Ethics

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by Gael O’Brien Violations and cover-ups in college athletics investigated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) are beginning to rival the headlines that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) receives for investigations...

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Legal and Ethical Responsibilities of a Coach

How many career options can provide the excitement, challenges and satisfaction of coaching? Coaches at all levels experience the pleasure of watching young people develop sport skills and contribute to successful teams. However, coaches also have important legal and ethical obligations to their schools and their athletes. Many of these obligations or responsibilities are natural extensions of the mission and goals of the high school athletic program. Others are defined legally or are expectations of society for a “teacher” in a school activity.


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Jason Cain's curator insight, March 16, 2014 12:33 PM

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   Coaches must adhere to legal and ethical responsibilities within the profession. These responsibilities are outlined through certification classes. All coaches must keep athletes safe both physically and emotionally and these standard that they must follow are outlined in the National Association for Sport Physical Education. A coach needs to be a role model for athletes under his or her care. 

 

Renee Seruntine's curator insight, May 14, 2014 3:53 PM

Legal and ethical obligations play an important role in how a coach will teach his or her players.

Dillon Fury's curator insight, September 10, 2014 12:44 PM

There's a lot of weight resting on the shoulders of a coach. They are to make good ethical decisions for their players and themselves.

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Sports and Drugs - ProCon.org

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Should performance enhancing drugs (such as steroids) be accepted in sports?

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No one's bigger than the game

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AUSTRALIANS love good sportsmanship. The most memorable examples are ingrained in our memories, lasting for years, if not generations.

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Interpreting Sportsmanship

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Recently, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers shocked many American football fans with an act that might not seem particularly controversial: they continued playing until the game officially ended.

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Hudson's curator insight, July 11, 2013 10:05 AM

It is all about how you play the game rather than focusing on winning or losing. Tampa Bay played through the game until it ended while the New York Giants made assumption that they were going to win.

Mz Mississippi's curator insight, September 6, 2013 9:15 PM

As a coach you always teach players to play until you hear a whistle or the horn blows. The Gaints my think that it was a cheap shot but their coach should have had them prepare for anything. I wonder did they learn from that mistake? 

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Ethical Dilemmas in Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Coaches and the Codes of Ethic | The Sport Digest

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Competitive sports have a tremendous impact on our culture, influencing the values of millions of participants and spectators. It has been said that “Sport is too much a game to be a business and too much a business to be a game” (Hums, Barr, & Gullion, 1999).


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MARSIELLE FOSTER's curator insight, May 18, 2014 7:20 PM

The ethics in coaching in sports diminishes when sport becomes more of a business. You will hear professional athletes talk about the business side of sports. The problem I see is when the business supersedes ethical behavior. At times we see that it does and then there is a surprise feeling when this happens when there shouldn't be. The establishment of ethical behavior will breed ethical behavior. 

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Code of Ethics

Code of Ethics for Coaches  The Ethics Code for Coaches is intended to provide standards of professional conduct. This code is intended to provide general principles to cover most situations...

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