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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anton Zarutskiy
Appeals in Cases of Anti-Doping Rules Violation. The Appeal of Anti-Doping Rules Violation Decisions
Lawyer in the Field of Sport
(Master’s programme)
2019
The final qualifying thesis is set out on 63 pages. 43 different scientific sources were used for completing it.

The work consists of introduction, three chapters and the conclusion.

The purpose of the final qualifying thesis is to examine the appeals in cases of anti-doping rule violation. Appealing anti-doping rule violation decisions.

The first chapter "The essence of doping and anti-doping regulation" reveals the theoretical aspects of the problem, including: the concept and types of doping, the prohibited list of anti-doping drugs, anti-doping regulation, including international.

In the second chapter “Anti-doping rule violation” I tell about the concept and types of anti-doping rule violation, investigation and proof of doping rule violation, sanctions and the legal consequences of doping

The third chapter “Appealing Anti-Doping Rule Violations”, examines decisions that can be appealed, the deadline for filing an appeal, appeals against decisions regarding anti-doping rule violations, sanctions, temporary suspensions, recognition of decisions and jurisdiction, notification of an appeal decision.

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