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  • Who is bound by the World Anti-Doping Code?

    Posted 15/07/2013 by Jaan Murphy
    The previous FlagPost in this series examined countries that have criminalised doping in sport. This FlagPost examines who is bound by the World Anti-Doping Code (Code), National Anti-Doping Scheme (NAD) and various anti-doping policies in Australia. Is it just athletes and coaches, or are other people, such as sports scientists, also bound?The legal basis for the enforcement of the Code in AustraliaThe Code operates as an agreement that is binding on its signatories, which includes various Olym... Read more...

    TAGS: ASADA, Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency, doping, Drugs, limitation period, sport, steroids, WADA, World Anti-Doping Agency

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  • Where in the world is doping a crime? (doping in sports pt. 6)

    Posted 24/04/2013 by Jaan Murphy
    In the previous FlagPost in this series we examined actions related to doping in sport that can also be prosecuted as crimes in Australia. Do other countries criminalise doping in sport, or is Australia unique in having criminal offences that apply to conduct associated with Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs)? The situation overseasIn Australia some actions related to doping in sports (e.g. trafficking, possession, use or administration of steroids) are also crimes under various Commonwealth, ... Read more...

    TAGS: Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency, crime, doping, sport, steroids, World Anti-Doping Agency

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  • Is doping in sport a crime? (doping in sports pt. 5)

    Posted 24/04/2013 by Jaan Murphy
    The previous FlagPost in this series explored the dual use of evidence in both sports tribunals and criminal proceedings.Whilst it is commonly understood that doping is prohibited in sport, is it also a criminal offence? This FlagPost examines the circumstances in which an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (ADRV) is also a crime in Australia and the sanctions imposed by the criminal justice system for those offences.  The Criminal Justice SystemUnlike a number of other countries, Australia does not hav... Read more...

    TAGS: ADRV, ASADA, Australian Crime Commission, Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency, crime, criminal law, doping, illicit drugs, sport, steroids, WADA, World Anti-Doping Agency

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  • Match-fixing: the Australian legislative response

    Posted 14/03/2013 by Tyler Fox
    The Australian Crime Commission Report into Organised Crime and Drugs in Sport raised the issue of the increasing level of association between professional athletes and organised criminal identities in Australia, leaving individual athletes vulnerable to corrupt practices such as match-fixing. One of the key findings is that the threat to the integrity of Australian sport is an emerging and critical issue which must be addressed now.In the wake of the South Australian and now Victorian Governmen... Read more...

    TAGS: criminal law, doping, gambling, sport

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