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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Irina Melnikova
Consideration of Appeals With Regards to the Decisions on Violation of Anti- doping Rules
Lawyer in the Field of Sport
(Master’s programme)
2018
The aim of this qualification work is to detection specific cases within the existing anti-doping rules and clarification of appropriate solutions.

This qualification work consists of Introduction, 4 chapters, conclusion and the bibliography.

The introduction reveals the relevance of this work, defines the goals and objectives of the study, describes theoretical and methodological bases of the research and practical significance

Chapter 1 is devoted to the history of the fight against doping in sports and the normative regulation in this area. Chapter 2 tells us the history of the world anti-doping Agency "WADA" and the Russian anti-doping Agency "RUSADA", considers their structure and competence. Next Chapter describes future events and analyzes documents, which could be a reason why RUSADA and Russian Olympic Committee were suspended. As a result, this analyzes prove the illegality of the WADA actions and the International Olympic Committee towards the RUSADA and Russian athletes. The third Chapter analyzes the practice of the international sports arbitration court - TAS - on appeal cases practice. The advantages and disadvantages of dispute resolution by this court are identified, it has been proposed to create an alternative TAS international sports court on the basis of BRICS countries, and these proposals have been formulated and substantiated. Chapter 4 analyzes the domestic legislation ongoing reforms and regulatory framework related to WADA requirements. The author substantiates the creation of the national sports court in the Russian Federation, and proposes to amend the No. 329-FZ in terms of the requirement for arbitrators. In conclusion, the results of the study are summarized, conclusions and recommendations on the topic are formed.

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