The december editorial entitled "A Quarter Century of Doping Scandals" is written by Ask Vest Christiansen, Aarhus University and John Gleaves, California State University, Fullerton. Read the editorial
The prevalence of doping in professional cycling and in other elite sports has surprised even cynics. The king himself, Lance Armstrong, experiences what is possibly the steepest descent of his life. Several other riders, managers, support team members and sport medics of various kinds seem to follow in the undertow.
Commentary: Is anti-doping in vain? Written by Sigmund Loland, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway. Read the commentary
After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the reunified Germany conducted trials to hold former German Democratic Republic authorities, including those in charge of sport and athlete development, responsible for their transgressions. As part of the trial proceedings, a number of records were compiled––including scientific, medical, and secret police reports as well as deposition transcripts of former GDR athletes and physicians.
Commentary: The Dr. Steven Ungerleider GDR Collection in Honor of Professor Werner Franke and Brigette Berendonk at the University of Texas at Austin: A Research Note. Written by Thomas M. Hunt and Anne Mueller, The University of Texas at Austin. Read the commentary
A speciel issue from Sport Management Review on doping is underway, find more informations at the website http://www.journals.elsevier.com/sport-management-review/ or read the call for papers here.
Finally, can we please ask members of the network to go to their profile page atwww.doping.au.dk to check if everything is as you want it to be, and send eventual corrections/updates in text and information to the network secretary, Carsten Kraushaar Martensen: email@example.com. He will then make sure that your profile page is up-to-date
Over the last couple of months the INHDR have expanded its membership base. We would therefore like to take the opportunity to welcome: