By TONY SEED, Nova Scotia Cricketer, 1986
THE question of sporting links with South Africa has been a source of fierce controversy and clash in the international cricketing world for over a decade.
What has been obscured in all the hue and cry over whether Canadian athletes ought to compete in the Commonwealth Games is the central issue: where you stand.
Everyone from Otto Jelinek, the Cabinet Minister, to Alex Baumann, the swimmer, the local sports boo-hahs have spared no syllable in declaring the sports and politics do not mix. Continue reading