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NADA’s “Road to Paris 2024” Conference: Promoting Clean Sports and Anti-Doping Unity

With the Paris Olympic Games approaching, the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) hosted the “Road to Paris 2024: Championing Clean Sports and Uniting for Anti-Doping” Conference. The event aimed to educate Indian athletes about the dangers of prohibited substances while emphasizing ethical competition.

Inauguration of CoE-NSTS at NFSU

  • Anurag Singh Thakur virtually inaugurated the Centre of Excellence for Nutritional Supplements Testing (CoE-NSTS) at the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
  • NFSU, known for its expertise in forensic and cyber sciences, now houses a cutting-edge facility dedicated to testing nutritional supplements for athletes.

Launch of “The Paris Pinnacle” Guide

  • NADA unveiled “The Paris Pinnacle: NADA’s Guide to Ethical Sporting,” a comprehensive resource providing guidelines for athletes preparing for the Paris Olympics 2024.
  • The guide aims to empower athletes to compete ethically and uphold fair play principles.

Stakeholder Participation

  • The conference saw participation from senior government officials, representatives of national sports federations, industry stakeholders, and media professionals.
  • Their collective engagement highlighted India’s commitment to promoting clean sports and ethical competition globally.

India’s Commitment to Clean Sports

  • As athletes worldwide gear up for the 2024 Olympics, India reaffirms its dedication to championing clean sports and combating doping.
  • Through collaborative efforts, India asserts its role as a leader in fair play, integrity, and ethical competition in sports.

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