Sport et Citoyenneté

The integrity of sport is under threat and the challenges are both global and constantly evolving. Without integrity, sport is meaningless. Breaches of integrity not only damage the values of sport, but also erode its popularity, commercial viability and ultimately, its survival. In response to these threats, the ICSS has established a specialist Sport Integrity… » read more

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It is often particularly complex to draw a portrait of Europeans trends. The comparison exercise can turn out tricky and, particularly when digging into the habits of Europeans and their tendency to be physical active. Nonetheless, the Eurobarometer, the WHO’s Global Recommendations for Physical Activity for Health and national figures, recently summed up in country… » read more

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The author describes his progress from sports enthusiast to sceptic following repeated experiences, as a journalist, of frauds in high-level sports including athletics and swimming but especially cycling. These frauds involved performance-enhancing drugs and medical procedures and Walsh took the lead in exposing Lance Armstrong as a key beneficiary. The importance of asking the ‘obvious… » read more

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L’activité physique en oncologie est devenue incontournable. Il s’agit d’un soin de support qui modifie fatigue et qualité de vie, mais c’est aussi un traitement qui modifie la survie et le risque de comorbidités. Elle s’intègre dans les modifications comportementalistes post-thérapeutiques incluant, outre l’activité physique, les problèmes d’alimentation. L’activité physique est susceptible de modifier un… » read more

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