The International Sports Law Journal, Vol. 21, 2021, Issue 1–2


A legit supreme court of world sports? The CAS(e) for reform
Johan Lindholm
Pages: 1 – 5

A letter to the Editor-in-Chief
Robby Houben
Pages: 6 – 7

Influence of insolvency of a football club in Poland on the right to participate in league games
Rafał Adamus
Pages: 8 – 14

COVID-19 and the taxation of professional athletes’ image rights
Sarah Carrick
Pages: 15 – 26

The court of arbitration for sport jurisprudence on match-fixing: a legal update
M. Diaconu, S. Kuwelkar, A. Kuhn
Pages: 27 – 46

The challenge of regulating doping and non-doping ‘performance-enhancing strategies’ in elite sports
Chui Ling Goh
Pages: 47 – 61

The protection of minor athletes in sports investigation proceedings
Björn Hessert
Pages: 62 – 73

An Evanston Township High School athlete, Aaron Holzmueller, had his hopes of running in a state meet likely dashed on Friday (Feb 2, 2018), after a federal appellate court held up a ruling that denied his request that the Illinois High School Association create a para-ambulatory division in track and field state championship meets. ETHS senior Aaron Holzmueller has cerebral palsy, which limits him physically. In his initial lawsuit in February 2016, Holzmueller requested that the IHSA create a separate division with different time standards for para-ambulatory runners in the sectional and state championship track meets.(From The Dauily Northwestern)

The fundamental nature of sport: disability, discrimination and sport in Holzmueller v. Illinois High School Association
Simone Pearce
Pages: 74 – 93

A level playing field in anti-doping disputes? The need to scrutinize procedural fairness at first instance hearings
Shaun Star, Sarah Kelly
Pages: 94 – 117

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