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Facing Irregularities in Sport: Whistleblowing and Watchdog Journalism. The Romanian Case

. Miceli, M. & Near, J. (1992). Blowing the Whistle. The Organizational and Legal Implications for Companies and Employees , New York: Lexington Books. OECD. (2018). The role of media and investigative journalism in combating corruption , 2018. Retrieved 24.10.2018 from Richardson, B.K. & McGlynn, J. (2011). Rabid fans, death threats, and dysfunctional stakeholders : The influence of organizational and industry contexts on whistle-blowing cases. Management

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The Referee as Educator: Hermeneutical and Pedagogical Perspectives

practice/ . Roma: Editrice Nuova Cultura Miller, S.G. (2004). Ancient Greek Athletics . New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Nlandu, T. (2008). Play Until the Whistle Blows: Sportsmanship as the Outcome of Thirdness. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport , 35, 73-89. Ruiz Caballero, J.A., Navarro Valdivieso, M.E. et al. (Eds.). (2010). Árbitraje de fútbol /The football referee/ . Madrid: Dykinson. Weinberg, R.S., Richardson, P.A. (1990). Psychology of Officiating . Champaign, IL: Leisure Press.

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Relationships Between Isokinetic Shoulder Evaluation and Fitness Characteristics of Elite French Female Water-Polo Players

instructors and the measurement begun when the legs left the wall and stopped when the hand touched the wall. The mean value was selected for analysis. The start was given in water with a whistle blow. Assessment of isokinetic torque The measurements were performed using an isokinetic dynamometer (Con-Trex, Medimex, Sainte Foy les Lyon, France). Isokinetic assessment was performed in the dominant arm for internal rotators (IR) and external rotators (ER) of the shoulder joint with the players in the supine position with the arm abducted at 90° in the frontal plane and

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Physical Performance During Water-Polo Matches: The Effect of the Players’ Competitive Level

swimming efforts with 10 s recovery in-between. Plastic landmarks were put at -1 m, 0 m, 20 m and 21 m to set the distance (a start and a finish line). After a whistle blow, players started swimming as fast as possible from -1 m to 21 m. Timing commenced when the participant’s head left the 0 m landmark (the start line) and stopped when the head passed through the 20 m landmark (the finish line). For accurate timing of each sprint and for all players, the sprints were recorded by two digital cameras at 50 Hz (Sony Digital, DCR-PC5E, Japan). Sprint time was later

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