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The Big Sporting Question: Doping in Sport: Is There a Way Forward?

21 Apr 2016, 6.00PM–7.30PM
Logie Lecture Theatre, University of Stirling
Dick Pound
The Big Sporting Question: Doping in Sport: Is There a Way Forward?

The University of Stirling's School of Sport asks "The Big Sporting Question", a public series of lectures and debates on the subject of sport today.

We invite you to join us as Dick Pound asks "Doping in Sport: Is There a Way Forward?"

Dick Pound is the doyen of the International Olympic Committee, the founding President of the World Anti-Doping Agency and Chancellor Emeritus of McGill University.  He will explore how recent events have shown the discrepancy between what is said and what is done in the fight against doping in sport.  How can clean athletes be better protected against those who cheat?

We will open the floor to questions after the talk, so please come along with questions prepared.

Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence
First Minister Alex Salmond designated the University of Stirling as Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence in 2008. Our mission is to deliver the best for Scottish sport through the powerful and inspirational combination of sport and education. We are at the heart of Scottish sport, preparing athletes to perform on the world stage, enabling students to develop their skill sets for excellent careers and producing innovative research to improve the health of the nation. Our sport-centred campus brings together the people shaping Scottish sport, creating a critical mass of sporting expertise and excellence.

This event is free of charge and open to staff, students and the general public.  However, we do ask that you register in advance via our online shop. 

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