The FEI anti-doping program for humans is delegated to the International Testing Agency (ITA), an international organisation whose mission is to manage anti-doping programs, independent from sporting or political powers, for International Federations (IFs), Major Event Organisers (MEOs) and other anti-doping organisations.
The ITA is organising a webinar on 24 May for athletes and their support personnel, revolving around how to adequately be prepared for major games and fulfil the anti-doping responsibilities involved. This means understanding what needs to be done in advance and knowing what to expect in relation to anti-doping during the event, in order for athletes to best focus on performance.
We invite all National Federations to encourage relevant athletes and their support personnel to register for this interactive webinar with panellists Marc Mundell, OLY and Vanessa Webb, ITA Major Events Project Manager, which will provide them with many practical tips. There will also be time at the end of the session to answer live questions.
As always, these webinars are delivered in English with simultaneous translation to four additional languages – Arabic (العربي), Spanish (español), French (français), and Russian (русский).
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For further information regarding human anti-doping please visit the Clean Sport for Humans hub on the FEI’s website.
Thank you in advance for your support and for promoting clean sport!
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