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Mon, May 10, 2021

Sport Resolutions to present at an introduction session for RADOs

Sport Resolutions to present at an introduction session for RADOs

Sport Resolutions will deliver an online introduction session on the International Hearing Panel (IHP) to Regional Anti-Doping Organisations (RADOs) tomorrow.

Earlier this year Sport Resolutions entered into an agreement with the International Testing Agency to operate the Independent Hearing Panel, which is available to determine first instance anti-doping matters for non-Olympic International Federations or any other Anti-Doping Organisations wishing to make use of the tribunal.

The agreement has been effective since the new World Anti-Doping Code came into force in January 2021.

The majority of the RADOs have already confirmed they will be using the IHP operated by Sport Resolutions. The introduction session will enable RADOs to familiarise themselves with the IHP process.

The event will take place online on Tuesday 11th May 2021, and will be delivered by Sport Resolutions’ Head of Case Management Catherine Pitre.  

Notes to editor

The RADOs are listed below. More information can be found here.

  1. Africa Zone I RADO
  2. Africa Zone II & III RADO
  3. Africa Zone V RADO
  4. Africa Zone VI RADO
  5. Indian Ocean RADO
  6. Caribbean RADO
  7. Central America RADO
  8. South America RADO
  9. Central Asia RADO
  10. Gulf States & Yemen RADO
  11. South Asia RADO
  12. South East Asia RADO
  13. West Asia RADO
  14. Eastern Europe RADO
  15. Oceania RADO

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