20 July 2016 Comments 2

Here we are again.

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Mohammed Amir deserves a second chance

14 July 2016 Comments 0

I love cricket. It’s my first sporting love. And I follow it around the world as much as I can.

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Investigation into Rob Young Run

1 July 2016 Comments 8

I am happy to announce the appointment of two independent experts to look at the issues that have arisen related to Rob Young’s attempt at the Trans-America run.

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22 June 2016 Comments 32

Just a quick note to respond to all the comments related to Rob Young on my most recent blog concerning Dustin Johnson.

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21 June 2016 Comments 52

There’s so much happening in the world of sport, around issues that I care very much about and have been writing and talking about for some time, that it’s hard to know where to start. The IAAF, WADA, the IOC, UCI, FIFA … they continue to stumble on in their haze of poor governance practices making generally poor decisions and doing nothing to serve their stakeholders.

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Does sport deserve ‘autonomy’?

18 May 2016 Comments 1

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 12:  International Olympic Committee (IOC) Director for Ethics, Paquerette Girard Zappelli, OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria, SKINS sportswear Chairman, Jaimie Fuller, Sierra Leone Football Association President, Isha Johansen, and International Paralympic Committee President Philip Craven attend  a panel discussion at the international anti-corruption summit on May 12, 2016 in London, England. Leaders from many of the worlds nations are gathering in London for the summit, which is aimed at stepping up action to tackle the problem of corruption.  (Photo by Adrian Dennis - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

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We need leadership – in sport and society

10 May 2016 Comments 5

I had an interesting experience towards the end of last year. It occurred when I visited the CEO of a prominent local sporting team to brief them about SKINS (then) forthcoming social marketing campaign around supporting LGBT individuals in the sporting environment, known as #RainbowLaces.

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Does sport need its own anti-corruption agency?

6 May 2016 Comments 3

Does sport need its own anti-corruption agency?

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Opportunity knocks for FIFA

15 April 2016 Comments 0

I was pleased to read the report on FIFA and Human Rights from Professor John G Ruggie of Harvard University.

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29 March 2016 Comments 1

Time flies! It’s been one month since I’ve had time to write a few words for here because I’ve been busy working on two big projects close to my heart.

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