Live Stream of Doping and Culture of Sport Symposium

October 22, 2013 12:00-17:30 (Pacific Time)/20:00-01.30 (GMT)

"Doping and the Culture of Sport" will feature a keynote presentation by Dr. Arne Ljungqvist, a pioneer in the fight against doping in sport; a showing of the award-winning film "The War on Doping," followed by commentary by producer Bjorn Bertoft; and two panels including medical and legal experts, doping specialists, journalists, and athletes, discussing concerns related to doping, doping control, and what this means for the future of sport.

Doping and Culture of Sport Symposium will be webcast live at:

https://new.livestream.com/pepperdinesol/dopingsports

 

Further details on the schedule and speakers for this event can be found here.

 

The recording can be seen below.

 

 

 

The conference was webcast and the following schedule corresponds with streaming times.

Webcast

Minutes

Doping & The Culture of Sport Symposium

0-03:30

Opening Remarks, Professor Maureen Weston, Pepperdine University School of Law

03:30-11:59               

Introduction, Steven Ungerleider, PhD, University of Texas

12:00-1:00

Keynote Speech, Professor Arne Ljungqvist, M.D., IOC Honorary Member, Chairman, IOC Medical Commission, Vice President, World Anti-Doping Agency

01:01:16 - 02:01:00

"The War on Doping”

An independent documentary film about the fight against doping, inside and outside of sport. 

https://www.thewarondoping.com/

 

01:11:00 - 01:58:19

Note:      [BLACKED OUT during full showing of movie]  

02:01:25 - 02:13:52

Q&A with Film Producer Bjorn Bertoft

Moderated by:  Jeffrey Benz, Esq., Benz ADR, CAS Arbitrator

02:13:52 -2:48:57  

Note:  30 minute Reception – Video blackout

02:48:57 to 04:02:42

Panel 1:  Doping in Sport:  History, Impact, and Doping Control

Moderator:  T. J. Quinn, Investigative Reporter, ESPN    

Panelists:  Arne Ljungqvist, M.D., IOC Medical Commission, WADA Vice President; Don H. Catlin, M.D., Former Member IOC Medical Commission; Dr. Thomas H. Murray, Hastings Center for Ethics,; Carie Graves, Olympic Gold Medalist; Dr. Steven Ungerleider

04:00:37 to 05:11:00

Panel 2: New Trends and Strategies in Doping Controls and Tackling Cheating in Sport

Moderator, Mark Fainaru-Wada, ESPN; co-author, “Game of Shadows”

Panelists: Martial Saugy, PhD, Doping Control Laboratory, Lausanne; Mathieu Holz, Criminal Intelligence Officer, INTERPOL; Ted Friedmann, MD, GenTherapy Center, UCSD; Crissy Perham,  Olympic Gold Medalist; Richard McLaren, CAS Arbitrator, University of Western Ontario

05:10:34-  05:11:10

Closing Remarks, David Ulich, Esq., Sheppard Mullin LLP

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