Thursday, April 01, 2010

Cheating: Harmonising punishment for cheats: issues & challenges

As sport becomes more lucrative, the focus on winning at all costs becomes ever more prevalent, which leads some athletes to consider cheating. Rod Findlay, a Partner with the Sports Law Unit at McDaniel & Co. Solicitors, examines three cases where the winner was successful due to different forms of cheating, yet punishment differed. He considers whether punishment for cheating should be harmonised where the end result is an unjust victor.

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