May 20, 2020
The New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) has strengthened its integrity requirements for athletes and national bodies in an attempt to protect clean sport.
Ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, NZOC has made significant changes to its Integrity Regulation.
It claims the amendments give better protection to whistleblowers, more effective doping sanctions and increased corruption-reporting guidelines for both sports organisations and athletes.
The new obligations will apply to the NZOC and its 57 member federations.