Advanced Public Speaking Rhetorical Strategy

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Strategy – 1) Discuss the injustices and inconsistencies of the outdated, flawed testing system used by the Tour De France and Int’l Sporting Committee. 2) Touch upon pattern of French allegations against US cyclists. (Lance Armstrong). 3) Discuss the recent history of persecution/scrutiny towards alleged athletes regardless of level of innocence. Outline – 1. Introduction 2. Background It has recently come to our attention that an appeal by our client, Llyod Flanders, to the International Court for the Arbitration of Sport was not upheld. This failure to uphold our client’s innocence comes after a long and largely mishandled judicial process of the international sporting community. Shortly after winning the Tour de France two years ago, our client was
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Unformatted text preview: forced by French Authorities to submit urine samples, despite his protests of innocence. The lab at the World Anti-Doping Agency would conclude that Flanders was using synthetic testosterone during the race. An appeal to an arbitration panel would uphold the original findings despite a split decision and vehement dissent. Continuing our search for justice through the International Sporting Community, we would submit a final appeal to International Court for the Arbitration of Sport. Their ruling brings us to where we are today. 3. Introduce overall state of affairs regarding inconsistencies of the drug testing policy of the Intl Sporting Committee. a. Mishandling of test samples. b. Lack of double standards Prepatory Questions:...
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