30 years of the Polish anti-doping system

A conference commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Polish anti-doping system “NEW CHALLENGES IN THE Fight AGAINST DOPING IN SPORT” was held on 28 March 2019 at the Olympic Centre, Polish Olympic Committee in Warsaw. The event was attended by nearly 200 representatives of sports associations and federations, police, border guards, military police, prosecutor’s office Read more about 30 years of the Polish anti-doping system[…]

The Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne upheld the 4-year ineligibility sanction imposed on Adrian Zieliński

The Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne has dismissed the appeal of Adrian Zieliński against the decision of POLADA’s Second Instance Disciplinary Panel imposing a sanction on the athlete for the violation of anti-doping rules. This means that the sanction of 4 years of ineligibility imposed by the Disciplinary Panel at POLADA remains in Read more about The Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne upheld the 4-year ineligibility sanction imposed on Adrian Zieliński[…]

Meeting of representatives of committees and working groups of the Council of Europe

POLADA Director Michał Rynkowski represented the Council of Europe Anti-Doping Convention Monitoring Group during a meeting with the Secretary General of the Council of Europe Thorbjørn Jagland on 4 February 2019. The purpose of the meeting was to exchange experiences in the functioning of individual Council of Europe working bodies, to improve the effectiveness of Read more about Meeting of representatives of committees and working groups of the Council of Europe[…]

Michał Rynkowski elected vice-chairman of the Monitoring Group of the International Anti-Doping Convention of the Council of Europe

Michał Rynkowski, director of POLADA, was elected vice-chairman of the Monitoring Group of the International Anti-Doping Convention of the Council of Europe. The decision was taken during the meeting, which took place on October 31, 2018. The Monitoring Group of the Anti-Doping Convention is responsible for the implementation of the International Council of Europe Anti-Doping Read more about Michał Rynkowski elected vice-chairman of the Monitoring Group of the International Anti-Doping Convention of the Council of Europe[…]

POLADA will support the Ukrainian Anti-Doping Agency

The Ukrainian Anti-Doping Center (UCAD), the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the Polish Anti-Doping Agency (POLADA) have signed a tripartite agreement specifying the terms of support that POLADA will provide to Ukrainian partners. The aim of the cooperation is to strengthen the Ukrainian anti-doping system in the 3-year perspective. All activities will be carried out Read more about POLADA will support the Ukrainian Anti-Doping Agency[…]

2017 Annual Report

POLADA publish 2017 Annual Report. Electronic version of the report is available under the following link. Annual Report 2017

Meeting of the Heads of Leading Anti-Doping Agencies

Representatives of 17 leading national anti-doping organizations NADO and iNADO   (Institute of National Anti-Doping Organizations) met in London in order to discuss the key threats for clean sports and the areas of closer cooperation within the international anti-doping community. Road map for Russia On the eve of the FIFA World Championship in Russia, a country Read more about Meeting of the Heads of Leading Anti-Doping Agencies[…]

Results Management Training for Central – Asian RADO by WADA and POLADA

In cooperation with the World Anti-Doping Agency, the director of POLADA Michał Rynkowski conducted a training in results management for members of the Central-Asian Regional Anti-Doping Organization. All-day training took place in Tashkent on May 10, covering general issues, dealing with analytical and non-analytical anti-doping rule violations, as well as disciplinary proceedings related to doping. Read more about Results Management Training for Central – Asian RADO by WADA and POLADA[…]

The Anti-Doping Control Programme During TWG 2017 Wrocław Completed

The anti-doping control programme during The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw has come to an end. In total, the Polish Anti-Doping Agency collected nearly 400 anti-doping samples in 11 days during 69 control missions. It was a complex and intense anti-doping control programme that requires two months in standard working conditions. In total, the anti-doping Read more about The Anti-Doping Control Programme During TWG 2017 Wrocław Completed[…]