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Play Fair Code at the European Rookie Cup 2017
The European Rookie Cup brings together project partners from nine different European countries, under the overall leadership of the Erste Bank Ice Hockey League (EBEL). As part of a three-day ice hockey tournament series, young athletes (“rookies”) and their carers will be trained and sensitised to the issues of doping, racism and discrimination, as well as match-fixing from NADA Austria, the Fairplay Initiative and the Play Fair Code.
Play Fair Code Expert Partner on Erasmus+ Project once again
In the Erasmus+ project “Anti Match-Fixing Top Training”, the Play Fair Code is working together with partners from Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain to explore new avenues in training methodology designed to appeal to the target audience of national and international sporting associations and their decision-makers.
ADMIRAL Basketball League new member of the Play Fair Code
The Play Fair Code has succeeded in winning its third Austrian professional sports league, the ADMIRAL Basketball League (ABL), as a member of its network. The new arrival complements institutions such as the Austrian Football League (ÖFBL) and the Erste Bank Ice Hockey League (EBEL), which are already members of the Play Fair Code.
2016 Annual Report
Media Event with Austrian Sports Minister Hans Peter Doskozil
IOC Forum for Sports Integrity (IFSI) with the Play Fair Code
The new Play Fair Code website is online
Fix the Fixing: Austrian project implementation by the Play Fair Code
Within the scope of the Erasmus+ project “Fix the Fixing” (FtF), a research project of six European associates under the responsibility of the Aristoteles University Thessaloniki, the Play Fair Code with its expertise is entrusted with a survey on manipulation in sports with athletes from all kinds of sports and leagues.