oa De Jure - The winner takes it all! Reflections on the world anti-doping code and the possible criminalisation of doping in sport : notes
|Article Title||The winner takes it all! Reflections on the world anti-doping code and the possible criminalisation of doping in sport : notes|
|© Publisher:||University of Pretoria|
|Affiliations||1 University of Pretoria|
|Publication Date||Jan 2013|
|Pages||592 - 600|
The use of performance enhancing substances in sport has been a phenomenon of time immemorial. The use of performance enhancing substances in order to ensure the best possible results in sports is commonly referred to as doping (see Law "Doping Regulation" in International Encyclopaedia of Laws (eds Blanpain & Colucci) (2009) 129-143; Gardiner et al Sports Law 3rd ed (2007) 269-291; Gardiner et al Sports Law 4th ed (2012) 364-392; Anderson Modern Sports Law - a textbook (2010) 113-140; Nafziger supra 147-164; O'Leary Drugs and Doping in Sport - Socio-legal perspectives (2001) 1-57; 125-146; David A guide to the World Anti-doping Code - fight for the spirit of Sport (2008) 1-52; Ioannidis "The application of criminal Law on doping infractions and the 'whereabouts information rule - state regulation v self-regulation" (2010) ISLJ at www.buckingham.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/ioannidis.pdf (accessed 2012-12-04)).
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