Interview with V. Fourneyron, President of the International Testing Agency

Interview with V. Fourneyron, President of the International Testing Agency

Former French Sports Minister Valérie Fourneyron, a sports doctor by profession, is President of the International Testing Agency (ITA) since June 2018, a new agency in the anti-doping landscape. Based in Lausanne (Switzerland), this new compliance agency will face many challenges in a period marked by scandals and a certain mistrust of the World Anti-Doping Agency, as explained by its President.

The International Testing Agency (ITA) is an agency that was established in 2018. As President of the ITA, could you explain the reasons for its creation?

The International Testing Agency[1] was created in the midst of the Russian doping scandal.

It is the fruit of a collective reflection of the sports movement (the International Olympic Committee - IOC, International Federations, the World Anti-Doping Agency - WADA) and public...

Why not join us?

Football Legal is an independent media publishing football law contents on a daily basis dedicated to all football law practitioners (lawyers, clubs, federations, intermediaries, football stakeholders, etc.).

Register today and stay tuned to the latest legal news.

Get started