iNADO Live Chat
Episode 23: ”Smooth collaboration and communication between NADOs and Labs are fundamental” - Peter van Eeno

Episode 23: ”Smooth collaboration and communication between NADOs and Labs are fundamental” - Peter van Eeno

May 6, 2022

In Episode 23 we talk to Peter van Eeno, Director of Doping Control Laboratory in Gent, Belgium. Peter talked about the newest developments in Doping Control methods and the importance of clear and effective communication between Labs and ADOs.

Episode 22: “We should combine the different knowledge for our own particular goal, which is clean sports.“ - Olivier de Hon

Episode 22: “We should combine the different knowledge for our own particular goal, which is clean sports.“ - Olivier de Hon

April 6, 2022

In Episode 22 we talk to Olivier de Hon, Chief Operating Officer at Doping Authority Netherlands. Olivier talked about his career in anti-doping and at Dopingautoriteit. We talked about his PhD research too as a side-step for him, to give the chance to bring various pieces of knowledge together.

Episode 21 with Nara Kim. As a former athlete, educating other sportsmen is a duty.

Episode 21 with Nara Kim. As a former athlete, educating other sportsmen is a duty.

March 8, 2022

In Episode 21 we talk to Nara Kim, former Olympic gymnast who is currently an iDCO at the Korean Anti-Doping Agency. Nara sheds light on her experience working at the Winter Games in Beijing. We learn about her current role and how her former career as an athlete impacts her work with other athletes.

Episode 20: ”Winning is important as long as it is in the right way.” -Nick Paterson

Episode 20: ”Winning is important as long as it is in the right way.” -Nick Paterson

January 5, 2022
In Episode 20 we talk to Nick Paterson, Chair of the iNADO Board and CEO of Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ). We learn about his ‘why’ in anti-doping, the future direction of iNADO and how we can all work together for positive change in the anti-doping system, and a few of the athlete-centered initiatives taking place in anti-doping in New Zealand.
Episode 19: ”SEARADO‘s fundamental values are integrity, excellence and teamwork” - Gobi Nair

Episode 19: ”SEARADO‘s fundamental values are integrity, excellence and teamwork” - Gobi Nair

November 30, 2021

In Episode 19 of iNADO Live Chat we chat to Gobi Nair, Head of the South-East Asian RADO (SEARADO) located in Singapore about his background in teaching and sports science, as well as his transfer into the world of anti-doping. Furthermore, he hands out practical advices and guidelines for other Heads and CEOs of NADOS and RADOS concerning staff development. 

Episode 18: ”Being iNADO Board Member is part of the Brazilian vision to become a reference and leader in anti-doping affairs”, Luisa Parente

Episode 18: ”Being iNADO Board Member is part of the Brazilian vision to become a reference and leader in anti-doping affairs”, Luisa Parente

October 26, 2021
In Episode 18 of iNADO Live Chat we chat to Luisa Parente, Olympian, National Secretary of the Brazilian Doping Control Authority (ABCD) and new iNADO Board Member, about her background, her journey into anti-doping and the current activities of ABCD. The episode further discusses the partnership between ABCD and Autoridade Antidopagem de Portugal (ADoP) and the benefits of collaboration and cooperation between anti-doping organizations in tackling doping.
Episode 17: Belgium‘s Pharma- & Foodcrime Platform: Information Sharing and Capacity Building with Jurgen Secember, NADO Flanders

Episode 17: Belgium‘s Pharma- & Foodcrime Platform: Information Sharing and Capacity Building with Jurgen Secember, NADO Flanders

September 28, 2021

In Episode 17 we chat to Jurgen Secember, Legal Advisor from NADO Flanders about collaboration and cooperation in the national landscape of anti-doping. Jurgen discusses the benefits, including information sharing and increased investigative capacity, that have been achieved by working formally and informally alongside other Belgian entities, public servants from the Judicial Police, the Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products, the Federal Agency for Food Chain Safety and the Customs.

Episode 16: ”Challenges of Paralympic athletes are different, as should be their anti-doping education”, Ali Jawad

Episode 16: ”Challenges of Paralympic athletes are different, as should be their anti-doping education”, Ali Jawad

August 31, 2021

In Episode 16 Ali Jawad, a Ph.D. candidate in anti-doping in para-sport, UKAD Educator and Paralympic medallist in the sport of powerlifting discusses scenario-based education as an approach for athletes in para-sport and the importance of introducing clean sport values to all athletes at a young age. He also explains the other, less known, methods of potential cheating by athletes competing in para-sport.

Episode 15: “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”, Catherine Ordway

Episode 15: “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”, Catherine Ordway

July 27, 2021

In this episode our guest is Catherine Ordway, PhD. Catherine has an extensive background in anti-doping which has taken her around the world.

She is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the University of Canberra and in April published her book Restoring Trust in Sport: Corruption Cases and Solutions.

Episode 14: “Anti-doping can only benefit from independent and professional athlete representations”,  Athleten Deutschland

Episode 14: “Anti-doping can only benefit from independent and professional athlete representations”, Athleten Deutschland

June 29, 2021
In Episode 14 we chat to Amélie Ebert and Maximillian Klein from Athleten Deutschland about the importance of the athlete's voice in anti-doping and the benefits the system could achieve with the inclusion of the experiential expertise of athletes. Amélie is a founding board member and internationally competitive synchronized swimmer and Maxi is the Athleten Deutschland representative for international sports policy and organization.
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