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2017–18 NCAA Division I men's basketball corruption scandal

In 2017-18 NCAA division I mens basketball scandal of corruption continues corruption scandal, first with the participation of the manufacturer of sportswear Adidas, as well as several basketball programs of the College associated with the brand, but now with the participation of many programmes with Adidas. On September 27, 2017, the Federal Bureau of investigation and the office of the U.S. attorney for the southern district of new York announced the arrest of 10 people, including assistant coach Anthony bland, Chuck person, Emanuel Richardson and Lamont Evans and Adidas Executive James Gatto, for various corruption and fraud charges, including bribery, money laundering and fraud. Schools involved in the initial announcement were Arizona, Auburn, Louisville, Miami, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and southern California USC. Emanueal Richardson a six-figure salary. However, he ruined because of his allegedly pay players out of pocket. The investigation has spread beyond individuals and groups initially involved. Shortly thereafter, several media reported that the elite youth basketball League, grassroots basketball section of Nike, was served with a subpoena by Federal investigators. While Nike was not named in the primary documentation, one of the 10 individuals arrested on September 26, a former Nike Executive who worked at Adidas, when he was arrested. On 23 February 2018, The Company Yahoo! Sports published a report based on "hundreds of pages of documents" obtained from two FBI agents and agencies involved in the investigation that they are more than a dozen new schools and more than 25 current and former players, as if they were potentially implicated in the scandal. Still later, on 10 April, the southern district Prosecutors office added the additional criminal charges Gatto, with additional items specifically calling Kansas and North Carolina, and Louisville and Miami.

Age requirements in gymnastics

Age requirements in gymnastics are established Federation Internationale de Gymnastique and regulate the age at which athletes are allowed to participate in the senior level. In the second half of the 20th century, a series of disputes arose about gymnast ages, some of which led to sanctions on the bounce, and paves the way for the age requirements raised from 14 to 15 in 1981, and then to 16 in 1997.

Animal treatment in rodeo

The welfare of animals in Rodeo has been a topic of discussion for the industry, public and the law for decades. The protests were first raised in the 1870s, and in the mid-twentieth century laws were passed to curb the activities using animals. American humane Association is partnering with the Rodeo industry to establish rules improving animal welfare in Rodeo and the treatment of Rodeo animals. Today, complaints of cruelty to animals in Rodeo are still very much alive. The IEA, which governs about a third of the Rodeo is held annually in the United States have provided guidelines for their members concerning the protection of animals. Some local Rodeo has banned the use of certain Rodeo Tack, including flank straps and certain events, such as steer tripping. Some charreada events staged in the United States saw a crack in the first years of the twenty-first century.

Athletes and domestic violence

Violence by male athletes by their intimate partners or family members is one of the most common off-field crimes that affect the management of the sport. The struggle continues among sports leagues, governments, and spectators to pay attention to the increase in the number of cases of domestic violence by athletes who come to the sports community. NFL, the national Collegiate Athletic Association, national Basketball Association, and Boxing use and encourage athletes who have committed domestic violence, which poses a dilemma when their offenders becomes public. The most famous cases of domestic violence, which reportedly was carried out by members of the NFL, largely due to the huge popularity of this sport in USA and role models participants in sports are expected.

Australian Open extreme heat policy

The extreme heat policy is a rule pertaining to Australia. It was introduced in 1998 after consultation with a number of players.

Boosting (doping)

Stimulation is a method of inducing Autonomous dysreflexia, with the aim of improving performance in sports. It can be used by athletes with spinal cord injury to increase their blood pressure and is causing pain in the lower part of the body. The international Paralympic Committee has banned the practice in 1994, but many competitors with spinal cord injuries that use it as amplifier.

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