The International Testing Agency (ITA) further strengthens its worldwide collaboration with National Anti-Doping Agencies (NADOs) by entering a partnership with CEADO, the Central European Anti-Doping Organization representing eight countries. The partnership focuses on the coordination of testing, intelligence-sharing and training & education.show more zu The ITA starts collaboration with CEADO to advance clean sport in central europa
The members of the Central European Anti-Doping Organization (CEADO) welcome yesterday’s decision of the Lausanne based Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). The three members panel banned Russian athletes for two years from all international competitions organized by WADA Code signatories. Under these provisions Russia will miss the next two Olympic Games in Tokyo and Beijing.show more zu CEADO reacts to CAS decision on Russia: "No one stands above the World Anti-Doping Code"
WADA-President Witold Bańka, WADA´s Director General Olivier Niggli and WADA´s Director Program Development and NADO/RADO Relations exchanged views and discussed various topics during their videoconference with the leaders of all CEADO-members on December 15th, 2020.show more zu CEADO meets WADA-President
The Czech Anti-Doping Committee (CADC) is now the eight member of the Central European Anti-Doping Organization (CEADO) along with its founding members from Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.show more zu CEADO welcomes Czech Anti-Doping Committee as newest member
In response to the approval of the Rodchenkov Anti-Doping Act (RADA) by the U.S. Senate and the unilateral implementation, CEADO joins WADA’s concerns about the impact on the worldwide effort to harmonize anti-doping rules.show more zu Rodchenkov Anti-Doping Act (RADA)
Ms. Csaderová from SADA, Mr. Cepic from NADA Austria and Chair of the Board of CEADO, visited the Czech Anti-Doping Committee to discuss a possible CEADO membership.show more zu CEADO meets Czech Anti-Doping Committee
The current situation related to the Covid-19 in Austria is slowly starting to relax. A press conference with members of the Austrian Federal Government and experts from the various sectors have presented a plan to slowly move back to normal.show more zu Sport in Austria restarts with restrictions after Covid-19