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Pushing Limits

The fourth and final event in the AWF 2013 Seminar Series was a first look at new research by Professor Jay Coakley (Honorary Fellow, University of Chichester) on the role of Performance Enhancing Substances (PESs) in the careers of elite athletes. Jay used a model currently being developed in collaboration with a French sociologist of sport to analytically frame the use of PESs as a career choice made by elite athletes as they deal with the demands and expectations of today’s high performance sports.

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WSLA is designed to develop tomorrow's leaders of sport. WSLA is an international network of women sport leaders with the aim of increasing the confidence and competence of women working in sport in a range of leadership behaviours.

Tanzania

Between 2012-2016, the AWF supported the Tanzanian National Sports Council (NSC) to retain three female community sport leaders across the country to develop sustainable sports participation opportunities for women and develop their own leadership training and mentorship.

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The Archive is intended to be a permanent secure ‘home’ for the resources accumulated by leaders in the women and sport movement, which are publicly accessible for researchers and others interested in this work.