The trouble with Ostarine: Jimmy Wallhead’s
16th March 2018
Play the Game 2015 invites all stakeholders in sport to make strategies that can address the multiple challenges that are inherent to modern sport: Match-fixing, doping, corruption, trafficking, exploitation and sedentary lifestyles, just to mention a few.
We invite academics, journalists, sports officials and other stakeholders to contribute with your knowledge, experience and opinions at Play the Game 2015 in Aarhus, Denmark, from 26-29 October – the ninth edition of a conference that has become a world leader in the international sports debate.
|Date||25-29 October 2015|
|Conference website||click here|
|Location||Henlan Marselis Hotel, Aarhus, Denmark (for location, click here)|
|Conference Programme||click here|
|Organiser||Play The Game|
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