Doping explained from a different view point, through its history and the `why`, informing about behaviour. I enjoyed it and learnt a lot. Thank you very much.
A very interesting course, made engaging by interactions with authorities on the subject. Very well structured.Enjoyed it very much
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Great course. My only comments are that the very very strong French accent makes is quite difficult to understand unfortunately. And, for native French speaker, it would also be good if we could access the interview videos without the English dubbing, which is sometimes confusing. Otherwise, great course, I am very pleased I did it, I feel I have a better understanding of the problematic and many new paths of thoughts to investigate and look further at the problem. Many thanks for making this course available.
創建者 STEFANO L•
The course was very well built and taught me a lot on the different methodologies, a part from the simple testing and analysis of the athletes, the anti-doping organisations, federations, WADA and laboratories are undergoing in order to fight the use of prohibited substances in sport.
At the same time I deepened my knowledge on the topics that I already knew, with the material showed.
Interesting course indeed. Thank you very much for it.
創建者 Kristin Y•
I love the concept and topic but the dates listed in the videos are rather old and it makes me question if this information is still valid, relevant, and/or in use. The English also needs some work. The videos are a great source of information but the quiz questions don't always make sense or are awkwardly worded- making it difficult to know what they're really asking.
創建者 Axel B•
Highly recommended for anyone with an interest in the subject of doping in sports.
Very informative, gives a really good overview of doping from different angles and disciplines. The voice over of the interviews could be improved: it appears to be a real-time translation and that makes it quite hard to follow at times.
創建者 Marc A G•
The content of this course is very interesting, I have to say I learnt a lot and especially seeing doping from another perspective. By background is biology, so some sociology aspects have been a bit confusing to me, but overall I'm really happy with the course.
創建者 Mandeep K•
The course content is excellent, however the English transcript is very poorly done and there are words and sentences are either missing or translated/ transliterated wrongly. A native English language speaker would be great.
創建者 Randy C•
Very informative. This is obviously [now] an incredibly complicated and important issue.
My personal preference would to have a bit more science science and a little less social science among the topics.
創建者 christian a•
J'ai trouvé le contenu très enrichissant. On y retrouve suffisamment d'informations pour en savoir plus sur l'histoire du doping et les progrès enregistrés dans la lutte et la prévention du dopage.
創建者 Floriano Z•
Very Interesting! I would extend the part on the biological passport and give more details on how the adaptive model algorithm works.
創建者 Guillem P S•
The teacher has a rather strong french accent. Sometimes I need to look at the script because of this.
創建者 Ally H M•
Give detailed insight on athletic doping issues.
Good To Know About doping
創建者 María d P M R•
Muy buen curso! completo
創建者 Ayesha I•
In the interviews, the English spoken translation didn't translate all of the French . Having English subtitles are enough I think. It was distracting hearing both the English and the French simultaneously.
創建者 Joy S•
interesiing historical background. Last 2 weeks are long, boring interviews with experts in the field.
創建者 S G•
I did not like the structure and content of the course. Module 1 and 4 are ok. 2 & 3 are just interviews with a bad dub from french to english. The content is weirdly presented with the interviews.
Topic is fine but the delivery was not good.
創建者 Kosmas K•
The subtitles had a lot of mistakes, while trying to concentrate on translated discussions is really difficult and destractive too.