In mid July the Austrian Olympic athletes gathered at the Marriott Hotel in Vienna for their information day. In cooperation with the Austrian NOC and the IOC the Play Fair Code took the opportunity for a test run of the new IOC E-learning program against match-fixing.


The Play Fair Code visits the Austrian NOC Information Day

A total of 23 Austrian NOC athletes and coaches participated in a test run of the new IOC E-learning program against match-fixing including a quiz and feedback questionnaire. Running the test provided the the Play Fair Code with valuable experience of the level of understanding and the general approach of the athletes regarding the subjects of integrity in sports and match-fixing.

Being part of the expert group education within the preparation of the second IOC International Forum for Sports Integrity (IFSI), the Play Fair Code will have a chance to share informations and experiences with the IOC family.

The test run aims to support in their efforts to optimize the E-learning program.

Among the participants were: Equestrian dressage rider Victoria Max-Theurer, the judokas Lupo Paischer, Sabrina Filzmoser and Kathrin Unterwurzacher, the beach volleyball players Clemens Doppler and Alexander Horst, pro tennis player Alex Peya and the EC´s third-placed in heptathlon Ivona Dadic.

Fotocredit: ÖOC/GEPA


Category: Training

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