Ethical issues AQA PE GCSE
Terms in this set (21)
The unwritten rules concerning player behaviour.
Appropriate, polite and fair behaviour while participating in a sporting event.
The use of dubious methods, that are not strictly illegal, to gain an advantage.
Contract to compete
Agreeing to play by the rules trying to win by also allowing your opponent to play.
National Governing Body
Organisation with responsibility for managing their specific sport.
International Olympic Committee
The independent authority of the worldwide modern Olympic movement. It organises the Olympic Games.
A technique or substance used for the purpose of enhancing performance.
Naturally occurring hormone that prepares body for 'fight or flight'.
Make athletes more alert and mask effects of fatigue.
Painkillers that mask pain caused by injury or fatigue, which can make the injury worse.
Drugs that help athletes to train harder and build muscle.
Peptide hormones (EPO)
Naturally occurring chemicals. EPO increases number of red blood ells and therefore improves oxygen delivery to muscles.
Drugs that remove fluid from the body.
A condition that occurs when the body loses more water than it takes in.
Artificially increasing the number of red cells in the blood.
How 'thick' a liquid is.
Drugs taken to calm performer down by reducing the effects of adrenaline.
Performance Enhancing Drug.
The psychological advantage that the home team has over the visiting team as a result of playing in familiar facilities and in front of supportive fans.
Rowdy, violent or destructive behaviour.
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