Friday, September 11, 2009

Weekly Twitter Update: September 7-11

  1. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that runner Caster Semenya is a hermaphrodite. http://bit.ly/1i8AC6. The IAAF will release test results.
  2. Arsène Wenger: sensible comments on why FIFA/UEFA's plan to ban under-18 transfers will not work. Daily Telegraph. http://bit.ly/s8CWa
  3. Professional Players Federation meets WADA and calls for new whereabouts rules + treatment not bans for social drugs. http://bit.ly/6NcZE
  4. FIFA President Joseph Blatter is keen to deduct points from teams guilty of breaking football rules, reports the BBC. http://bit.ly/vvdlB
  5. DCMS to join panel discussion at Sport, Betting & Sponsorship 2009! http://tiny.cc/5Ll08
  6. 'Right to bet' - UK, French & Australian positions to be discussed by experts at Sport, Betting & Sponsorship 2009 http://tiny.cc/5Ll08
  7. Caster Semenya will not be stripped of World Championships 800m gold whatever her gender test outcome, BBC reports. http://bit.ly/2jRpA
  8. FIFA to investigate Man City after Rennes complaint over the signing of 17-yr-old Jérémy Hélan, The Guardian reports. http://bit.ly/OQQCh
  9. The Premier League has warned clubs over possible betting scams at academy level matches, BBC reports. http://bit.ly/2fqwGa
  10. The British Medical Association calls for a ban on alcohol advertising, including at sport events. Press release at http://bit.ly/2iw3PR
  11. 4 Jamaicans have admitted taking methylxanthine, similar to banned tuaminoheptane. Sanctions are being decided. http://bit.ly/S3D9o
  12. Our Twitter followers get £100 Discount on Sport, Betting & Sponsorship 2009! Please contact erika.joyce@e-comlaw.com http://tiny.cc/pp4bC

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