FINCIS is responsible for implementing international treaties on anti-doping activities, manipulation of sports competitions and spectator comfort and safety in Finland. In addition, FINCIS supports ethics in sports in co-operation with other parties and actively initiates and participates in discussions.Learn more about FINCIS
What do we do?
Doping control aims to prevent the use of doping and detect anti-doping rule violations. Our doping control procedures are comprehensive, carefully planned and of high quality.
FINCIS defends the rules of sport, the principles of fair play and is, for its own part, responsible for the implementation of the international treaty for the prevention of manipulation of sports competitions in Finland. It also offers authorities the necessary help for preventing the crimes associated with manipulation.
The purpose of these activities is to create a unified front for the sports movement and the authorities, which will improve fan culture and enhance spectator comfort as well as prevent personal injuries and property damage among sports spectators.
FINCIS raises general awareness about the ethical aspects of various phenomena in sports and any related possible problems. This involves active interaction within the sports community as well as the wider public discussion.
Materials and tools
Check the permissibility of the prescription and over-the-counter medicines available in Finland in sports.
Learn more and ensure that you have the latest information on matters concerning anti-doping with the Clean Win online training service. The service is designed for all sports stakeholders.
File a report of a suspected anti-doping, manipulation of sports competitions or spectator safety violation or other ethical violation in sports.
After adjusting to the new conditions, the Finnish Center for Integrity in Sports, FINCIS, has continued testing athletes for doping according to its plans despite the coronavirus pandemic. FINCIS adjusted its testing policies to make testing safe for both athletes and testing staff. FINCIS’ success can be seen in the feedback it received from athletes. […]
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