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Sports Integrity

Due Process: Case Comment on Azharuddin v. Board of Control for Cricket in India

By Abhinava Shrivastava Introduction On November 8, 2012, the Andhra Pradesh High Court (“Court”) overturned the life-ban handed out to former Indian cricket captain, Mohammad Azharuddin (“Azharuddin”) by the Disciplinary Committee (“Committee”) of Board of Control for Cricket in India (“BCCI”) in 2000 for his alleged engagement...

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Sentence Construction – Recent case on doping bans

By Roshan Gopalakrishna Case review: United States Olympic Committee v. International Olympic Committee (CAS 2011/O/2422) Introduction On October 6 2011, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (‘CAS’) held that the International Olympic Committee (‘IOC’) rule prohibiting athletes suspended for more than six months for doping related violations from participating...

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Regulating Doping in Sport

By Vidya Narayanaswamy Introduction The regulation of doping is not a new concept in the area of sports law. However, this area of sporting regulation also has to evolve to keep pace with changes such as technology advances. Moreover, as the monetary value for winning sporting competitions...

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