Tackling Doping in Sport 2011Sunday, 30 January 2011
World Sports Law Report in association with UK Anti-Doping and Squire Sanders Hammonds are proud to announce the launch of Tackling Doping in Sport 2011.
This global summit will bring together leading international experts for a unique two-day conference and workshop event, which will provide essential information on the crucial issues in anti-doping.
TDS 2011 will explore developments in the methods being used by athletes to illicitly enhance their performances whilst avoiding detection.
It will also examine how anti-doping agencies are countering these developments through pioneering scientific breakthroughs, intelligence-sharing, education and prevention-based programmes.
This annual summit is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the battle against doping. Last year's event was a high-level gathering of distinguished delegates, a perfect forum for informed discussion on a wide range of topics. Don't miss this unparalleled opportunity to network, exchange views and acquire expert knowledge and advice on the issues important to you.
Delegates will include International Federations, National Anti-Doping Organisations, National Governing Bodies, Anti-Doping Laboratories, Event Organisers, National Olympic and Paralympic Committees, Clubs, Agents, Medical Practitioners, Health Professionals, Supplements Manufacturers, Government Officials, Lawyers and Athletes.
Interactive Expert Presentations on:
Using Intelligence to Combat Doping
The Biological Passport
Food Safety: Contaminated Meat
Supplements: Risks and Regulation
Advanced Methods of Doping
Results Management Issues
Whereabouts and TUEs
Borderline Issues: Technological Doping
Athlete Education, Rehabilitation and Support
Intensive Workshops on:
WADA Code Review
Post-Sanction Athlete Support
Demonstration of the Sample Collection Process
Gathering Intelligence from Athletes
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