Unheard voices of racism and sexism in sport: Is anti-doping but another “ism” in fairer clothes?
Published 09 August 2013
Sport is often promoted as a vehicle to promote social cohesion. In fact the spirit of sport as defined by the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Code supports this view. What if the very instrument used to promote fairness in sport, the anti-doping policies, is paradoxically the very element that promote a perception of discrimination?
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