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Tackling inadvertent doping and non-compliance in sports nutrition [On-demand webinar]

This on-demand webinar provides an overview of the issue of inadvertent doping in sports nutrition and share best practices for preventing this problem and tackling non-compliance in the sector. Watch it free here.

The on-demand webinar also focuses on the problem of protein spiking and the respective legislation. It will also address the issue of non-compliance in e-commerce and explain the impact of the European Commission’s Digital Services Act. Finally, the presentation will comment and provide clarification on key points on the recent publication of the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) Standard on Doping prevention in sport.

Speaker:

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Terence O’Rorke - Vice Chair of the European Specialist Sport Nutrition Alliance / Business Development Manager, LGC Group

As Business Development Manager at LGC Limited, Terence has been providing specialist services to the worldwide supplements industry for the last decade. He currently has commercial responsibility for LGC’s supplements testing services and certification programmes in Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa. Prior to joining LGC, he worked for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), which allowed him to develop unique anti-doping expertise. Terence spent the first half of his career in sports communications, working for several international sports federations, including the Asian PGA Tour, the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and Ladies European Tour (LET). He also reported on sport for Reuters, SKY and Eurosport.

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