Human Movement and Sport Sciences at UQ ranked 1st in Australia and 2nd in the world.

Match-fixing and sport: socio-cultural and historical perspectives, by Prof Huggins

14 June 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
In recent years, right across the world, from Australia to Iceland, and from America to China, match-fixing has been linked to material gain through manipulation of the result or some in-game feature. Match-fixing challenges notions of sporting integrity, fair play, sportsmanship and respect and could potentially affect spectator numbers, sponsorship, mass-media revenues and club profits.

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Human Movement and Sport Sciences at UQ ranked 1st in Australia and 2nd in the world according to the 2019 QS World University Rankings of Academic Performance. The School teaches in the interdisciplinary areas of human movement and nutrition, including clinical exercise physiology, sport and exercise sciences, physical activity and health, and sport and physical education.

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