Anti-doping in Norway
Good governance shall be reflected through a sport and anti-doping structure that ensures independence, transparency and accountability, both at national and international level.
The anti-doping structure in Norway is based on the principle of separation of powers, providing a transparent and fair system.
Anti-Doping Norway was established in 2003 to ensure that doping controls and prosecution activities for doping cases are organised independently from The Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports (NOC) and the Norwegian Government.
Today, Anti-Doping Norway (ADNO) deals with doping issues in a broad perspective. Through our activities, we aim at protecting clean athletes in order for them to compete on equal terms. In addition, we highlight and address the challenges of doping in society and as a growing youth problem.
The foundation does not have profit making as an object.
Learn more about Anti-Doping Norway:
- Anti-Doping Norway - Articles of Association (this is not an official translation)
- ADNO’s Strategic Plan 2016 – 2019, our vision and values
- Brochure about Anti-Doping Norway (soon available)