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Wed, September 25, 2019

We are delighted to be assisting the IAAF with the operation of the Disciplinary Tribunal during the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha

We are delighted to announce that Sport Resolutions will be assisting the IAAF in operating an ad hoc panel of the IAAF Disciplinary Tribunal for the duration of the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha.

Sport Resolutions has populated, and will administer, an ad hoc Disciplinary Tribunal panel that will be available from September 20th to October 6th.

As well as the ad hoc panel of the Disciplinary Tribunal, members of Sport Resolutions’ Pro Bono Legal Advice & Representation Service will be available during and shortly before the Championships in Doha. Our services will be available in both English and French, should any matters arise.

Sport Resolutions has been acting as secretariat to the IAAF Disciplinary Tribunal since its inauguration in 2017.

Chief Executive, Richard Harry said: “At Sport Resolutions our mission is to provide independent, efficient and accessible dispute resolution services to everyone involved in sport. At the IAAF World Championships in Doha we will deliver both impartiality and solid expertise through carefully selected arbitrators and the support of the Sport Resolutions Secretariat. Our involvement will ensure that any process will be independently administered, transparent and fair.

Sport Resolutions has successfully resolved over 1,000 cases in 10 years, and this important event in the global sporting calendar is another significant milestone for our organisation. We are delighted to be assisting the IAAF with the operation of the Disciplinary Tribunal throughout the Championships.”

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