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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mark Tsirelson
The Legal Regulation of the Counteraction Against Doping Offenses
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The aim of the present research is to provide the complex analysis based on doctrine and regulatory framework of the legal institution of prevention of doping in its correlation with the other contiguous institutions. In order to achieve this aim the following tasks must be undertaken:

a) to give definitions to the key terms, that will be used in the work;

b) to systematize and define the main problems of legal relationships under consideration;

c) to describe the methods, the order of application of anti-doping regulation and different approaches to it;

On the basis of the present research the author made the following findings: the main part in the process of the development of the national anti-doping program should be given to the provision of the elaborated infrastructure and communication system between the authorities at all levels. The elaborated infrastructure in this aspect is the system, aimed at the development of sports and physical education and culture in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation, as well as at Russia's active involvement in the international anti-doping movement. Moreover, the methods of doping-control still should be improved. It appears to the author that in order to fulfill the task assigned it is crucial to constantly detect and systematize the ways of of falsification of doping tests results, to implement modern advanced logistical resources to provide better quality and veracity of tests, to thoroughly recruit the personnel responsible for doping testing and to arrange regular obligatory refresher courses for them. What is more, it is necessary to enhance the participation of mass media in the aspects of coverage of scandalous infringements of anti-doping regulation.

Academic adviser - Chebotarev, Alexandr V., Associate professor of the Department of Labour and Social Welfare Law of National Research University Higher School of Economics.

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