Tackling Doping in Sport 2013
13-14 March, London Published 13 January 2013
Tackling Doping in Sport 2013 is the must attend global summit for all organisations and individuals involved in the fight against doping, delivered with the input of the world's most respected anti-doping experts, including WADA and UK Anti-Doping.
This year's conference features a host of speakers from major anti-doping organisations such as WADA, UKAD, and NADO, as well as input from top anti-doping lawyers, scientists and sports clubs.
A highly informative and interactive conference, Tackling Doping In Sport will examine key issues surrounding anti-doping, including:
- International cooperation to combat doping in sport
- The development of non-analytical anti-doping cases
- Scientific developments in the detection of doping
- WADA Code Review
- Key interactive workshops including a Mock Arbitration Tribunal
- Discussion and debate with keynote speakers including NADOs and Olympic Committees, athletes.
Innovative breakout sessions will provide delegates with a real insight into Anti-Doping practices. This year's breakout sessions include a Mock Arbitration Tribunal and a polygraph test demonstration.
Over 250 delegates attended our most recent conference, making Tackling Doping In Sport the must-attend industry event of the year.
Previous attendees include the British Olympic Association, BBC Sport, Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, British Cycling, British Swimming, England & Wales Cricket Board, International Olympic Committee, International Paralympic Committee, National Anti-Doping Agency of Germany, Rugby Football Union, Sky News, The FA, UK Anti-Doping, The Times, US Anti-Doping Agency, Guardian, and UNESCO.
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