Before the 19th Mediterranean Games planned to be held in Oran, Algeria, the second and practical phase of the training organized by the Turkish Anti-Doping Commission for Doping Control Officers who will take part in the Games was completed in Oran, Algeria.
On April 8, 2022, anti-doping training was organized within the scope of Gazi University Application and Research Center for Talent and Performance in Sports and Faculty of Sports Sciences Conferences.
Play True Day, which is celebrated every year under the leadership of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), was celebrated this year with the support of Anti-Doping Organizations, Federations, Public Institutions, and athletes around the world, with the theme of “peace” and the focus of the Play True for Peace digital campaign.
The theoretical part of the Doping Control Officer training, which lasted for 4 days on February 26-27 and March 5-6, 2022, was completed.
On February 16 and 17, 2022, an online training on “Registered Testing Pool (RTP) Inclusion and Whereabouts Failure Processes” was held for Registered Testing Pool athletes.
Within the scope of the 18th Mediterranean Games, which will be held in Oran, Algeria between 25 June and 5 July 2022, an information meeting was held by the Turkish Anti-Doping Commission for senior executives in the organization of the Mediterranean Games.
Anti-Doping Online Training was held on August 3, 2021, for Olympic Preparation Center athletes, and the training was renewed on August 5, 2021, for the coaches and athlete support personnel.
ANTI-DOPING EDUCATION ORGANIZED WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE HANDBALL TRAINER DEVELOPMENT AND LICENSE RENEWAL COMPENSATION SEMINAR
The first day of the Handball Trainer Development and License Renewal Seminar (5 – 8 July 2021) was held with the participation of 161 people via an online platform.