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Barracuda… is about class and sport and politics and migration and education.

Tender and brutal and blazingly brilliant, the new novel from the acclaimed author of the international bestseller The Slap takes an unflinching look at modern Australia – at our hopes and dreams, our friendships, and our families – and asks what it means to be a good person and what it takes to become one. He asked […]

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High Performance New Zealand : Athlete Performance Support

Text : Giannis Psarelis. Following our interview with Mrs. Sue Eden who is the Senior Advisor Media and Communications for High Performance New Zealand we present the services they provide to their athletes. Strength & Conditioning The High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) Strength and Conditioning department aims to develop and enhance the physical capability of […]

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Organised crime & drugs in sport.

In response to the very serious matters raised by the Australian Crime Commission’s (ACC) report, Organised Crime and Drugs in Sport, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) confirms that the scope and magnitude of its investigation is unprecedented. ASADA anticipates interviewing about 150 players, support staff and administrators from two major sporting codes based on […]

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Beliefs, attitudes and knowledge of High school students concerning doping

Arvaniti N., Psarelis G.-The school environment constitutes the best place for the promotion of the anti-doping policy. The purpose of this study was to investigate the beliefs, attitudes and knowledge of young people concerning the doping issue and to receive their opinion about how school could actively participate at the fight against this phenomenon. The […]

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Sprint : Entry Fee

We’ve asked through our Community page on Facebook to tell us which is the range of entry fees at triathlon sprint races. These are the results until now

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What limits your involvement with Triathlon?

We have asked you to tell us – through our Community page on Facebook – to tell us what limits your involvement with Triathlon. The results until now are the following

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The development of Triathlon in Greece

Triathlon in Greece hasn’t followed the impressive development that we have observed at the rest of the European countries We have asked the 10 athletes, who have received the pilot questionnaire, to identify all the possible reasons why Triathlon has not developed in Greece. The answers are presented below in a random order: Sport particularities […]

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Triathlon : The reasons of it’s impressive development.

Text by : Giannis Psarelis -TriathlonWorld (Email :info@triathlonworld.gr) The International Triathlon Union, which is the International Governing Sport and is affiliated to IOC and ASOIF, considers as first Triathlon the race organised in San Diego. Many Europeans have presented documents of race taking place in Europe very early in the century. According to ITU[1] the […]

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Symposium on Sports Law

The HELLENIC CENTER OF RESEARCH ON SPORTS LAW (H.C.R.S.L.), in cooperation with the University of Athens, the Center for Sports Law, the Institute of the International Association of Sports Law and the Journals Sports Law Review- Lex Sportiva and International Sports Law Review- Pandektis   invite you to the   Symposium on Sports Law On Thursday, the […]

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Australia : A significant step forward — new national framework to align sport sector

A Framework has recently been released to provide a nationally consistent approach for Australia’s sport and recreation system. The National Sport and Active Recreational Policy Framework (the Framework) was developed by Commonwealth, state and territory government departments responsible for sport and recreation, with feedback provided by a range of national sporting organisations, active recreation organisations […]

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