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Kyrgyz sports academy hosts WADA-RADO seminar

04 Apr 2014
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan: The Kyrgyz State Academy of Physical Education and Sport organised a WADA and RADO education seminar to promote anti-doping awareness and knowledge. More than 100 teachers, coaches and students from the academy attended the seminar, which was organised jointly by WADA and OCA. Miss Venera Abdulla, Manager of the Central Asia Regional Anti-Doping Organisation, conducted the seminar on Friday afternoon.

“It is great to see so many coaches and teachers come to the seminar. They can pass on the information from this seminar to many of their students,” said Miss Venera.

"I have distributed a lot of information such as the prohibited substance list in Russian to help them better understand anti-doping. I noticed that many of the participants were not aware of the prohibited drugs.

“I have offered very practical knowledge and answered many questions from the teachers and coaches collected from their athletes before they came here. They have much better knowledge regarding the procedure of anti-doping, their responsibilities and also their rights.

"Spoken in their own language helps them understand my presentation, and I’m very happy and satisfied by the outcome of this anti-doping education seminar.”

The state academy's Deputy Rector, Kanat Mambetaliev, OCA Technical Officer Vahid Kardany and 2014 Incheon Asian Games Organising Committee Sports Headquarters Department Director General Jo Youngha all made speeches in the opening ceremony.
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