This volume contains the basic documents on the international regulation of doping in sport (non-governmental part). Included are the IOC Medical Code, which is a guiding instrument and model for the international sports world, and the doping regulations of the international Olympic sports federations. Relevant provisions in the Statutes and Constitutions and in the competition regulations of the international Olympic sports organisations complete this collection of basic documents on doping. All texts included are reproduced in the version that was valid at the time of the World Conference on Doping in Sport, 2-4 February 1999, Lausanne (Switzerland). Doping Rules of International Sports Organisations provides an invaluable source of reference for sports officials, legal practitioners and the academic world. It is an indispensable tool for any possible international unification, harmonisation or further approximation of the rules on doping in sport.Continental Championships, lnternational Judo Competitions and Judo competitions held under the control or recognition of ... in the rules concerning Eligibility Code, Nationality of Competitors, and Propaganda and Advertising of the Olympic Charter and ... Bye-Laws to Article 17 Tasks and Working Method of the Commissions Duration of the Mandates The members ... and the members nominated by the EC will remain in office until withdrawn by their Continental Union or by the EC.
|Title||:||Doping Rules of International Sporting Organisations|
|Author||:||Robert C. R. Siekmann, Janwilliam Soek, Andrea Bellani, T.M.C. Asser Instituut|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1999-08-15|