Showing posts from October, 2012

Lance Armstrong Case: Due Process & Natural Justice in Self-Regulation

The production of evidence by USADA, against Lance Armstrong last week, saw the sport of cycling fall into further disrepute. Such evidence became available to the public, although its evaluation and probity would still need to be analysed and examined, before properly constituted forums. It is not the first time that an athlete is judged via the Media platform and certainly not the last where an athlete is presumed guilty. Lance Armstrong