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National Anti-Doping Panel


The National Anti-Doping Panel (NADP) is the independent tribunal responsible for determining anti-doping disputes in sport in the United Kingdom. It is administered and run by Sport Resolutions and the NADP President, Peter Leaver QC.

The NADP has three main purposes:

  • To improve the quality and consistency of tribunal decision making in anti-doping cases.
  • To protect anti-doping organisations from the conflicts inherent in both prosecuting anti-doping cases and in establishing and administering tribunals to decide these cases.
  • To provide individuals facing allegations of doping with the opportunity to have their case heard before an independent tribunal.

The National Anti-Doping Panel is funded by the Department for Culture Media and Sport and is available to athletes and governing bodies without charge.

For further information on the NADP please visit the NADP Arbitration page and the Frequently Asked Questions [PDF].