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Sports integrity (betting and corruption) – the year in review 2018/19

Sports Integrity
Thursday, 16 May 2019 By Louis Weston

Welcome to the sports integrity (betting and corruption) “year in review”. This article identifies and review some of the notable cases and events in the last year and discusses what trends might be drawn from them. Specifically, it looks at:

  • The three big stories:

    • Australian ball-tampering scandal;

    • The Independent Review of Tennis Integrity; and

    • Corruption in Sri Lankan cricket;

  • Other cases of note, relating to:

    • Participants; and

    • Governance;

  • New Frontiers.

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Louis Weston

Louis Weston

Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers

Louis is a Barrister practising from chambers at Outer Temple. He is expert in corruption and misfeasance in sport.

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