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One million USD kick-starts the world’s first-ever professorship in anti-doping in society and sport.

Press Releases   •   Nov 30, 2015 20:21 GMT

Professor Arne Ljungqvist, the renowned doping hunter, takes another initiative for pure health and clean sports by initiating a new professorship within his field. A scientific fundraising symposium was held on November 25th at The Nobel Forum, Karolinska Institutet – for the establishment of the world's first anti-doping professorship, serving public society and the world of sports.

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Chairman of the IOC’s Medical Commission Received Top Honors in Sochi

Press Releases   •   Feb 11, 2014 11:39 GMT

The Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD) is putting drug-free competition in the spotlight by honoring Professor Arne Ljungqvist – Chairman of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Medical Commission, former Vice Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and– with their prestigious Humanitarian Award.

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Professor Arne Ljungqvist Anti-Doping Foundation awarded 100.000 USD by the Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD).

News   •   Feb 11, 2014 10:41 GMT

The Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD) is putting drug-free competition in the spotlight by honoring Professor Arne Ljungqvist – Chairman of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Medical Commission, former Vice Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and– with their prestigious Humanitarian Award.

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Taking off for Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

News   •   Feb 03, 2014 10:00 GMT

On February 3rd Professor Lungqvist took off for yet another Olympic Games as Chairman of the IOC Medical Commission, in charge of the clean sport ambitions of the Olympic movement. The photo showing the Opening Ceremony, honoring all the athletes and celebrating the beginning of the 22nd Winter Olympics.

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Ljungqvist asked to stay with IOC and WADA

News   •   Jan 08, 2014 09:47 GMT

Professor Ljungqvist’s role as Chairman of IOC Medical Commission ended officially in September 2013 and he officially stepped down from the position as Vice Chairman of the World Anti Doping Agency in December 2013, at the time of the shift of President and Vice President. He has been asked to stay by both presidents. The photo shows "fans" from the Medical Team at Vancouver Olympics 2010.

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Professor Ljungqvist attends the WADA World Conference on Doping in Sport, Johannesburg,.

News   •   Nov 22, 2013 11:22 GMT

Every four year there is a WADA World Conference, and this year Johannesburg hosted the event. The milestones of this conference were the following: 1) The new revised WADA Code was settled. 2) End of term for WADA Presidency and Vice Presidency (Prof Ljungqvist). 3) Sir Craig Reedie was elected as the new WADA President.

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Awarded by Global Sports Development and Pepperdine University, LA

News   •   Oct 31, 2013 06:48 GMT

The Foundation for Global Sports Development honored Professor Ljungqvist for his lifelong work against doping by announcing him as the receiver of the Foundation’s Humanitarian Award. An official award ceremony, including handing over of a monetary donation to the Professor Arne Ljungqvist Anti-Doping Foundation, will be held at the Olympic Games in Sotchi in February 2014.

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Professor Ljungqvist at IOC 125th Session in Buenos Aires, Argentina

News   •   Sep 12, 2013 11:03 GMT

The IOC 125th Session carried out four major milestones: - Professor Ljungqvist was officially stepping down as Chairman for IOC Medical Commission - President Jacques Rogge stepped down from the position as President
 of IOC - IOC Member Thomas Bach was elected as the new IOC President
 - Tokyo was elected as host city for the 2020 Summer Olympics

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H.R.H. Prince Daniel attends the symposium “Doping as a public health issue” at Karolinska Institutet.

Press Releases   •   Sep 24, 2012 13:00 GMT

The second day of Professor Arne Ljungqvist Anti-Doping Foundation’s symposium was honored with the presence of H.R.H. Prince Daniel. Group photo with H.R.H. Prince Daniel and the symposium speakers (see names below).

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WADA calls for increased alliances during Stockholm symposium

Press Releases   •   Sep 22, 2012 15:00 GMT

WADA Director General David Howman delivered the keynote address at an anti-doping symposium in Stockholm on Friday during which he outlined the importance of developing further alliances in the fight against doping in sport. From WADA's website: http://playtrue.wada-ama.org/news/wada-calls-for-increased-alliances-during-stockholm-symposium/

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About Professor Arne Ljungqvist Anti-Doping Foundation

FOR PURE HEALTH AND CLEAN SPORTS

The purpose of the Foundation is to follow Professor Arne Ljungqvist’s legacy in promoting scientific research on anti-doping matters and education for pure health and clean sports. The Foundation's purpose is to initiate research on anti-doping matters in society as well as supporting anti-doping work in national and international sport.

The Foundation also supports preventive targeted efforts directed to gyms and fitness centers, mainly oriented towards children and youth. The Foundation's do give research grants and scholarships. Grants and scholarships can be awarded to individuals and/or organizations, universities and colleges.

The Foundation's patron is HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco.

See more on: http://www.arneljungqvist.com

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  • Professor Arne Ljungqvist Anti-Doping Foundation
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