We are all responsible for promoting sport ethics. Cooperation ensures that all sports stakeholders have a sports culture that is ethically sustainable.
iNADO promotes clean sports iNADO (the Institute for National Anti-Doping Organisations) was established in 2012. The headquarters of the institute are located in Germany. The number of members of the institute varies, but there are approximately 70 anti-doping organisations as its members. A common voice for national and regional anti-doping organisations is provided by iNADO, […]Read more
In Finland, it is possible to lodge an appeal on decisions of anti-doping rule violations to two appellate bodies depending, for example, on the level of the athlete. International-level and national-level athletes can lodge an appeal to the international Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) or the Finnish Sports Arbitration Board, respectively. Finnish Sports Arbitration […]Read more