Wed, July 31, 2019

NADP Proceedings and Rules on Publication

A brief summary of the rules regarding the publication of information relating to cases. 

In accordance with NADP Procedural Rules 11.5 and 8.1, proceedings under the NADP Rules are confidential and no arbitrator, party, third party observer or witness may disclose any facts or other information relating to the proceedings, save for the final determination of the matter where an anti-doping rule violation has been found to have been committed, and no appeal has been lodged.

Accordingly, Sport Resolutions (UK) and the NADP Secretariat do not comment on anti-doping proceedings, and no information will be disclosed save for final determination of a charge where provided by the Procedural Rules. Interlocutory decisions, such as decisions on applications for provisional suspensions to be lifted, are not published.

A copy of the 2019 rules can be accessed via the related links tab on the right-hand side. 


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