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The Olympic Games: Doping

Drugs and Doping

Some articles:

Fitch, K. (2012). Proscribed drugs at the Olympic Games: permitted use and misuse (doping) by athletes. Clinical Medicine, 12(3), 257-260.

Jacobs, H. L. (2011). A Successful Challenge to the IOC's "Osaka Rule"Entertainment & Sports Lawyer29(3), 1-26.

Ulrik, W., & Kasper Møller, P. (n.d). The IOC and the doping issue—An institutional discursive approach to organizational identity construction. Sport Management Review, doi:10.1016/j.smr.2013.05.001

Wagner, U. (2011). Towards the Construction of the World Anti-Doping Agency: Analyzing the Approaches of FIFA and the IAAF to Doping in Sport. European Sport Management Quarterly, 11(5), 445-470.

Gene Doping

Some articles

McCrory, P. P. (2003). Super athletes or gene cheats?. British Journal Of Sports Medicine, 37(3), 192-193.

Moses, B. H. (2009). Eligibility of Athletes Receiving Necessary Gene Therapy: The Oscar Pistorius Case as Procedural Precedent. Jurimetrics: The Journal Of Law, Science & Technology, 49(3), 343-373.

Murray, T. H. (2005). Gene doping and Olympic sport. Play True, (1), 9-12.

Unal, M. M., & Unal, D. O. (2004). Gene doping in sports. Sports Medicine, 34(6), 357-362.

van Hilvoorde, I., Vos, R., & de Wert, G. (2007). Flopping, Klapping and Gene Doping: Dichotomies between 'Natural' and 'Artificial' in Elite Sport. Social Studies Of Science, (2), 173. doi:10.2307/25474513