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Agnew places the procompetitive presumption from Board of Regents back into the context in which it was created, focusing on whether a bylaw is necessary to preserve the product and not whether it merely relates to amateurism or eligibility.
It concludes that there was an awful lot of sport in the British military and that the forces provided a good home for amateurism.
However, the nature of participation and amateurism deserves scrutiny.
The examples that McIntire provides seem to indicate that the newspaper remained staunchly wedded to amateurism and a soft brand of internationalism throughout its Olympic coverage.
It is time for the Olmert government to act as a mature political force, and undertake some retrospection, before it plunges the whole region into war by its apparent amateurism.
But the end of amateurism also allowed thousands of world-class runners, jumpers and throwers a chance for a decent living while trying to fulfill their athletic potential.
Elsewhere analyzed are the problems faced by IPSAs in particular relation to the amateurism framework as applied by the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I (NCAA DI) when contrasted with the international federalized club-based governance model (Kaburakis & Solomon, 2005), as well as the policy recommendations that may attend to policy conflicts and the challenges faced by IPSAs, Athletic Associations, and their member institutions (Kaburakis, 2005).
The amateurism of the raid was shown by Price's novel use of his socks to "avoid detection", she added.
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Coverage includes the history of sports in Japan; current Japanese sports and sports law; tort law; illegal gambling and match-fixing; discrimination; taxation; dispute settlements; sports and status, including issues specific to amateurism and eligibility, and to student, semi-professional, and professional athletes; doping; sports and commerce; and sports and competition law.
Wilken rejected age-old arguments about amateurism, noting that the NCAA's own definition of the term has been subject to change based on the issues of the day.
It follows logically that if these athletes are bigger and more powerful than they were in the days of amateurism that every care has to be taken of the casualties of this sporting war.