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Doping Control on Additional Protocol with the Anti-Doping Rule Violation the Athlete Notice Doping Control

Student: Ivan Kostyukhin

Supervisor: Alexandr Chebotarev

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Lawyer in the Field of Sport (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The purpose of this work is to study the legal nature of the protocol on administrative offenses and compare it with the doping protocol, the additional protocol for anti-doping rule violations and the notification of the athlete about doping control, to consider disputes of anti-doping rule violations, to identify problems associated with them and to find solutions to these problems. To achieve this goal, this study has identified the appropriate tasks: 1. To study the main legal norms of the anti-doping rules and administrative-legal norms on the protocol on an administrative offense. 2. To study the legal framework of the doping protocol, the additional protocol in the doping control procedure, the notification of the athlete about the doping control. 3. Consider in detail the doping protocol in comparison with the protocol on an administrative offense. 4. Investigate the types of anti-doping rule violations and the corresponding types of protocols. 5. Consider the authorities authorized to conduct cases on violations of anti-doping rules. In the course of the work, the following results were obtained: • in order to combat the use of doping, WADA constantly improves the anti-doping program, but with all the anti-doping measures taken by WADA, anti-doping scandals related to the violation of the rights of athletes regularly flare up. • There are significant shortcomings in the accompanying documentation of the doping testing procedure, namely the form of the athlete notification protocol and the doping control protocol. • the high burden on the RUSADA Anti-Doping Committee does not allow for compliance with the deadlines specified in the regulation. • There is a need to establish norms in the provisions of the All-Russian anti-Doping rules regarding the arbitration agreement, which is mandatory for inclusion in the form of an arbitration clause on the settlement of disputes by arbitration, administered by the "National Center for Sports Arbitration" under the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization "Sports Arbitration Chamber". • the idea of creating a CAS based on the principle of relatively low cost arbitration procedure does not correspond to the real costs of the athlete and sports organizations.

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