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Leadership in Sports Toward a Championship: Part 2

“Complexity is your enemy.  Any fool can make something complicated.  It is hard to make something simple.”  -Richard Branson Urban Meyer served as the head...

Fighting in hockey: ethical and legal considerations

Certain sports, by nature, are considered violent.  The game of football on all levels, from Pee Wee to the National Football League, contains a...

FIFA Ethics Committee Recommends Suspending President Sepp Blatter for 90 Days

Fédération Internationale de Football Association's (FIFA) Ethics Committee has recommended current President Sepp Blatter be suspended for 90 days, according to a long-term adviser...

Age, Ability, and the Quest for Victory in Youth Sports: Lessons in Ethics

As I began this analysis of youth sports and the prohibitions it puts on participants in terms of age, and in one extreme instance,...

Is Practicing Good Sportsmanship a Dying Art?

(Editor’s Note.  This story is based in part on a story that originally ran in the Columbus Post-Dispatch.  Poor behavior by both athletes and...

Parents and the Games Their Children Play

March madness isn't only about what happens in college basketball tournaments. A different sort of madness has afflicted some parents at youth sports events...

Count to Ten Before Speaking

Eloquently put, in 2005, Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, stated, “Sport, used wisely, brings people together, regardless of their ethnic and social...

Are Ethics and Sport Compatible Terms?

The current ethical state of sports is volatile; marked by diverging ideas of what ethical behavior and conduct should be and the behaviors that...
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