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Protection of Athletes' Rights in Anti-Doping Work

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2022.010202 | Downloads: 9 | Views: 176


Wang Tao 1


1 Department of Political Science and Law of Yuncheng University, Yuncheng, Shanxi, 044000, China

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Wang Tao


For a long time, anti-doping-related work mainly starts from advocating fair competition in competitive sports competitions and paying attention to the physical health of athletes. With the increasing investment in anti-doping work, the funds involved have penetrated into the public sphere. The issue of doping has not only stayed in the field of sports, but also related to various aspects such as social impact. Therefore, anti-doping work is facing a more serious challenge. This paper studies the protection of athletes' rights in anti-doping work and finds that some athletes do not understand their rights, the laws and regulations are not perfect, the anti-doping publicity and education results are good, but the education feedback mechanism is not mature. This article puts forward suggestions on the protection of athletes' rights in anti-doping work. Only by establishing the rights and protection of athletes legally can the anti-doping work step into a more legalized and standardized road, and the anti-doping knowledge of athletes can be strengthened in education. Only by cultivating athletes' anti-doping awareness can fundamentally ensure that athletes' rights are not infringed.


Anti-Doping Work, Rights Protection, Laws and Regulations, Anti-Doping Awareness


Wang Tao, Protection of Athletes' Rights in Anti-Doping Work. Science of Law Journal (2022) Vol. 1: 10-16. DOI: 10.23977/law.2022.010202.


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