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Cheating is as old as the Olympics

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David Potter says methods include placing a curse, bribery, dirty tricks, and nowadays, performance enhancement.

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Ethical Responsibilities of a Sports Trainer

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Coaches and sports trainers often face a dilemma that combines the desire to win with the welfare of their athletes. As a sports trainer, you can draw on a code of ethics to help you maintain that ...

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Pablo Nunez's curator insight, November 17, 2013 11:35 AM

A fantastic breakdown of how to apply proper sports ethics in today's society

Robert Ray Norris's curator insight, December 8, 2013 4:42 PM

For you as a sports trainer you have the knoldge of sports medicine and can tell the coach that the injured player has so many plays, days or even months of no activity depending on the savarity of the injury.

Stephanie Howard's curator insight, May 16, 2015 10:59 PM

As coaches, we must remember that winning isn't everything. While it is one of the main goals of competition, there are other important aspects that we must teach our athletes. These include honesty and discipline, attributes than be used in many aspects of our lives.

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The Morality of Sport-Hatred - Practical Ethics (blog)

The Morality of Sport-Hatred Practical Ethics (blog) It used to be the case that fans of Auburn University's football team would gather after victories at Toomer's corner in Auburn, Alabama, to throw rolls of toilet paper into the historic oak...

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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Why Athletes say "Good Luck"

Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Why Athletes say "Good Luck" | Sports Ethics: Raymond, A. | Scoop.it
Sports Ethics: Why Athletes say "Good Luck". "Good luck." I was counting down the carnage of both college and professional football seasons. I lost count at over 120 people lost for the season. UW lost six starters within ...

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Emily Siegrist's curator insight, October 16, 2013 10:52 PM

Buena Suerte!

Pablo Nunez's curator insight, November 17, 2013 2:47 PM

Very well written article on the tradition of wishing opponents good luck and the understanding of an underlying respect for sport, each opponents commitment, and good sportsmanship.

Joshua Evans's curator insight, January 17, 2014 11:18 PM

Players need to have more sportsmanship because as much as players get traded, the player you just hurt could be your teammate next year. Respect is a big part of the game.

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International Analysis: Drug Testing in Sports —A Failing Regime?

The World Anti-Doping Agency has made drug testing a top priority leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
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Glass ceiling: Why women aren't coaching men's D-I hoops

Glass ceiling: Why women aren't coaching men's D-I hoops | Sports Ethics: Raymond, A. | Scoop.it
When Rick Pitino hired a Bernadette Mattox as an assistant coach in 1990, many thought it be a turning point for women in college men's basketball. It wasn't.

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Willam Rice's curator insight, November 12, 2013 10:26 AM

IMHO - A good coach is a good coach. Period. If Geno can coach UConn women, a women should be able to coach a mens team.

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Oakland says Beckie Francis fired for mentally abusing players

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School claims Beckie Francis was removed due to issues with nutrition, forcing religion.

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Willam Rice's curator insight, November 12, 2013 10:20 AM

Is this a reaction to the Rutgers case last year?

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Gamesmanship vs. Sportsmanship, the Ethics of Sports | Read this ...

Gamesmanship vs. Sportsmanship, the Ethics of Sports | Read this ... | Sports Ethics: Raymond, A. | Scoop.it
Along this nearly twenty years of playing sports, I picked up on A LOT of different things along the way. Many of things I picked up on were the ethics of sports, but in order to understand these ethics, you need to understand the ...

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Pablo Nunez's curator insight, November 17, 2013 11:16 AM

A great way to explain to today's youth what is expected of them and how we can improve society's outlook on today's sports.

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Performance enhancement: Superhuman athletes

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Enhancements such as doping are illegal in sport — but if all restrictions were lifted, science could push human performance to new extremes.

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Willam Rice's curator insight, November 12, 2013 11:34 AM

Great article addressing the topic of PED's. I think many overreact when discussing this topic. Why is the use of PED's considered evil? If adults are able to make choices about other substances they put in their bodies, why are these considered almost evil? If used under medical supervision, why not consider  it?

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BBC - Ethics - Sporting Ethics: Body Modification

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What performance-enhancing methods should be allowed in sports? Where can we draw the line between acceptable and unacceptable?

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Renee Seruntine's curator insight, May 14, 2014 4:23 PM

what constitutes cheating?  what are your ethical morals and values when enhancing performance?  how far do you go to succeed without encountering ethical issues?

Matthew John Butcher's curator insight, May 18, 2014 9:44 PM

This is a truly interesting article because it draws a theoretical line being ethical and non-ethical views on performance-enchancing methods.  It includes examples of what is acceptable and what isn't.

Christopher Taylor's curator insight, June 15, 2014 3:16 PM

Have professional sports be ruined by performance-enhancing drugs?