On April 21-22, WADA held its sixth annual Symposium for Anti-Doping Organizations, in Lausanne, Switzerland. The event hosted 225 delegates from National Anti-Doping Organizations, International Sport Federations, as well as other Anti-Doping Organizations.
During these two days, participants sought to collectively assess the current state of affairs in anti-doping, and review what additional tools and approaches may be available or developed to best combat doping in sport following the most recent revisions to the World Anti-Doping Code.
The symposium included presentations from a number of active Anti-Doping Organizations with unique experiences in new and emerging areas of anti-doping. Presentations were followed by panel discussions which engaged participants in discussions on the effectiveness of current anti-doping strategies and what fresh approaches and methodologies might be integrated into renewed quality anti-doping programs.
Click here for the statement posted by the International Biathlon Union about the Symposium on their Website.
Click here for the statement posted by the International Paralympic Committee about the Symposium on their Website.