Professor McNamee discusses Doping Allegations
On Sunday 3rd April 2016 The Sunday Times published an article about their investigation into Dr Mark Bonar where he claimed he had charged sports stars thousands of pounds for illicit drug programmes.
Headlines spread through the media and three Premier League clubs Chelsea FC, Arsenal FC and Leicester FC were forced to deny the 'false' claims made against them.
Swansea University's Professor Mike McNamee whose research interests lie broadly in applied ethics in Engineering, Medicine and Sport, was asked for his opinion on multiple media outlets throughout the week.
Here is some of the coverage:
On Sunday 3rd April Professor McNamee was interviewed live on BBC News 24
You can see the full video and transcript here.
Then on Monday 4th April Professor McNamee was featured on Victoria Derbyshire in a debate with former Chelsea FC, Everton FC and Scotland player Pat Nevin and Lord Colin Moynihan, Former Chairman of the British Olympic Association.
You can watch the coverage from 1:10:00 minutes in here.
Professor Mike McNamee is currently pioneering a new two year Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Sports Ethics and Integrity.
Find out more about the degree programme here.