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NAME VICKY MHATRE(26) DARSHAN KONDALKAR(20) SWAPNIL PAWAR(34) VINOD KUMAR RAY(36)

SUBJECT BUSINESS ETHICS PRESENTATION ON UNETHICAL ISSUES IN SPORTS

SPORT ETHICS
The practice of making principled choices between right and wrong Explicitly reflecting on moral beliefs and practices.

ETHICS AND SPORTSMANSHIP


Ethics is a matter of being good (character) and doing right (action). Sportsmanship is a matter of being good (character) and doing right (action) in sports. The majority of acts that we consider bad in sports and call unsportsmanlike are bad precisely because they are unfair, dishonest, disrespectful, or against the rules.

WHAT DOES SPORTSMANSHIP LOOK LIKE?


Playing fair Following the letter and spirit of the rules Respecting the judgments of officials Treating opponents with respect Shaking hands at the end of the game Never running up the score Never cheating Never taunting

Best example of Sportsmanship

BUILDING A NEW BRAND OF SPORT

Organize workshops, education sessions, team, parent and community meetings and public awareness campaigns on the positive core values of sport, fair play to build a new brand of sport together.

FINANCIAL GOALS

PLA YER

NATIONAL TEAM

LENGTH DETAILS OF BAN

REFERE NCE Life ban (Overturned in 2008) Life ban (Overturned in 2006) Life ban (Overturned in 2012) Life ban Banned in 2000 for offering bribes

1
2

Saleem Malik
Ata-ur-Rehman

Pakistan
Pakistan

Mohammad Azharuddin India

Ajay Sharma

India

Manoj Prabhakar

India

5 years 5 years (Overturned in 2003)

6 7

Ajay Jadeja Hansie Cronje

India

South Africa Life ban

Banned in 2000 for dealings with bookmakers Declared guilty as per the BCCI. He rejects this and has taken the matter to court where it is currently sub-judice. Found guilty in 2000 for associating with bookmakers In 2000 he tried to implicate Kapil Dev and others but it backfired as he was found guilty himself Alleged to have associated with bookmakers Guilty of accepting monetary rewards from bookmakers. For Forecasting matches Initially agreed to

What are unfair practices in sports


1. Sleging - provouge opponents team player to loose his focus. (cricket) 2. Consumption of Energy drugs:- To generate more power (Weight lifting) 3. Match fixing:- players get money to get out or throw no ball. 4. Face punch:- to affect opponent in boxing face punches are use. 5. Hand defense:- In football to defend goal ball stops with hands

Unethical Practice

Unethical practice in Badminton during Olympic :Badminton players who deliberately performed poorly in matches have been thrown out of the London Olympics The Chinese, South Korean and Indonesian players, who were competing in the womens doubles are thrown out. The teams may have been trying to lose so they could avoid more difficult opponents in the quarterfinals, when the competition moves to a knockout stage. The teams had already qualified out of the group competition, which was new in this years Olympics. Example :-defeated China in the Group A match 2-0 to set up a meeting with another Chinese pair, Tian Quing and Zhao Yunlei. By losing, Yu and Wang had avoided playing their Chinese compatriots until the final.

Unethical practice by Lance Armstrong


Armstrong - who overcame testicular cancer in 1996 Armstrong had won the tour de france a record seven consecutive times between 1999 and 2005 the USADA handed Armstrong a lifetime ban from cycling and erased all seven of his Tour de France wins -- victories that captured the attention and imagination of Americans and turned him into a household name. The USPS Team doping conspiracy was professionally designed to groom and pressure athletes to use dangerous drugs, to evade detection, to ensure its secrecy and ultimately gain an unfair competitive advantage through superior doping practices. paid $1million into the Swiss bank account of an Italian doctor alleged to have helped fake blood tests. In June 2012, the United States Anti Doping Agency(USADA) accused Armstrong of doping and trafficking of drugs, based on blood samples from 2009 and 2010 Armstrong was initially suspended and eventually banned from participated in sports sanctioned by WADA. He chose not to appeal the decision, and publicly admitted to the doping in an interview with Oprah winfrey in January 2013

Match Between Uruguay vs Ghana


played on 2 July at Soccer City in Johannesburg, South Africa. This quarterfinal match was the second round of the knockout phase of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. In the round of 16 they defeated the United States 21 At extra time Uruguay's Luis Surez controversially and blatantly blocked the shot with his hands. Ghana was awarded a penalty kick and Surez was sent off. Us $14 million in prize money; Uruguay earned $18 million Forln won the Golden ball as the best player in the tournament.

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