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Mon, March 22, 2021

Registration for the Sport Resolutions Virtual Conference 2021 closes today

Registration for the Sport Resolutions Virtual Conference 2021 closes today

Sport Resolutions Virtual Conference 2021 in association with Winston & Strawn LLP will take place tomorrow (Tuesday 23rd March) afternoon (UK time) via Zoom webinar. 

The event will be moderated by sports broadcaster Jacqui Oatley MBE and cover three important subject areas for discussion by an esteemed panel of sports professionals, from both the playing and executive sides.

The subject areas being covered this year are:

  • 1st Session - "Brain injury in sport - An issue of negligence or an unavoidable hazard?" 
  • 2nd Session - "The Governance of sport – is there a model of best practice?" 
  • 3rd session - "The State of the (Doping) Nation Address" by Travis Tygart, CEO of USADA. 

The final programme including the schedule of sessions and speaker biographies can be accessed via the related documents tab on the right-hand side. 

Tickets will be priced at £25 and the entire ticket income will be donated to brain injury association Headway. 

Live captions will be available for those who wish to use subtitles during the conference. 

We look forward to seeing you join us on Tuesday afternoon! 

Speaker Line-Up

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