Sport, Ethics and Philosophy:1-15 (forthcoming)

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Ensuring fairness is a capital issue in any sporting competition. However, fairness is a complex concept. We seek here to offer an analysis of the construction and upholding of fairness within comp...
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DOI 10.1080/17511321.2020.1818278
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