Email By Jack Snape Updated April 19, 2020 08:07:42 Photo: Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has appealed a doping ban in the Court of Arbitration for Sport. (Instagram: Shayna Jack) Related Story: Wages of NRL and AFL players set to be paid by taxpayer thanks to JobKeeper scheme Related Story: Shrunken leagues, virtual Olympics and simulated crowds: What sport might look like post-coronavirus Related Story: These sisters had a costly legal fight to be reinstated to their sport, a new tribunal hopes to help others Map: Australia Australia’s elite sportspeople wronged by dud selection calls or dodgy doping violations are set to chase justice in a new legal arena. Key points:Some of Australia’s biggest sports have been approached by a new tribunal to reduce costsSporting bodies such as the NRL and AFL have had to stand down staff and face more cutbacks due to coronavirusThe National Sports Tribunal promises to resolve selection, doping and disciplinary disputes cheaply and efficiently The National Sports Tribunal is only one month old, but its chief executive has revealed his surprise at the level of interest shown by Australia’s biggest sports as part of their efforts to adapt to the realities of COVID-19.John Boultbee, National Sports… Read full this story
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