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Tue, May 21, 2024

National Anti-Doping Panel

National Anti-Doping Panel

We are delighted to have completed the composition of the National Anti-Doping Panel (NADP) for the period 2024-2025.

Following a thorough recruitment process, the Panel Appointments and Review Committee (PARC) made its appointments to the NADP independently, based on the published application criteria. 

The NADP currently has 29 members. It is led by its distinguished President, Kate Gallafent KC, and is comprised of 13 legally qualified members who chair tribunals, and 16 specialist members with skills and experience in high-performance sport, sports science and sports medicine, who sit as wing members.

We are delighted to announce the appointment of the Rt Hon Sir Gary Hickinbottom and Dr David Sharpe KC as new NADP Legal Members. 

Additionally, Jennifer McLoughlin, Dr Chinyere Ezewuzie, Christian Scotland-Williamson, Dr Paul Jackson and Moe Sbihi bring additional skills and experience to our valued NADP Specialist Members list.

Further details about the NADP Members can be viewed by clicking here.

Further details about the operation of the NADP and its rules can be viewed by clicking here.

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