We don’t fly first class!

February 24, 2011


Quick note:  I just delivered a presentation that Jon and I wrote entitled ‘The Challenges of Regulating Technology in Winter Sport – Tilting the field of sport with technology’ at the Winter Sports and Outdoor Life Conference at Telemark University College in Norway.

It’s an amazing conference headlined by Annette Hoffman speaking about women ski jumper’s quest for Olympic recognition with interesting sessions which include the collateral damage of Norway’s 2001 doping scandal and mountaineering behind the Berlin Wall.

The presentation will be posted on the Centre for International Sport Research website at http://www.staffs.ac.uk/faculties/law/cisl/ for download in the next week or so.

Anyway, this brief post is being written as I’m onboard a train to Oslo from where I shall immediately fly to Delhi, India to do a lecture at the National Law University followed by a presentation at the New Developments In International Sports Law & CAS Jurisprudence Conference.

Then I return home 120 hours after I left.

Jon wisely didn’t make this whirlwind round-the-world trip but is instead doing some guest lectures at Algonquin College  in Ottawa, Ontario and then heading directly to the Sports and Recreation Law Association Conference  in Savannah, Georgia before going home in British Columbia.

Just in case you were wondering, we don’t fly first class!

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