FIVB together with the International Olympic Committee and Interpol organised an Integrity Seminar for the Prevention of Competition Manipulation for partcipants at the 2017 FIVB Women's U23 World Championship in Ljubljana.
Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 13, 2017 - All players, coaches, team managers, referees and officials at the 2017 FIVB Women's U23 World Championship attended a seminar here today on the Prevention of Competition Manipulation, presented by the International Olympic Committee and Interpol in cooperation with the FIVB.
The aim of the seminar was to inform and help all participants to recognise, resist and report competition manipulation by raising awareness about the scope and scale of competition manipulation as a global phenomenon and the risks related to sports betting.
The seminar, held in morning and afternoon sessions on this rest day from competition so as to accommodate the 144 players plus team staff and officials, explained how participants can prevent and respond to competition manipulation and outlined the rules in place to protect the integrity of volleyball.Further information:IOC Integrity and Compliance Hotline
FIVB LegalFIVB Disciplinary Regulations 2017 [pdf document; see Appendix B]Thailand, Turkey, Bulgaria, China, Japan and Dominican Republic attend the morning session of the Integrity Seminar in Ljubljana. Quick links - Volleyball:FIVB Volleyball Women's U23 World Championship 2017
FIVB Volleyball Women's U23 World Championship 2017 - ScheduleFIVB Volleyball Women's U23 World Championship 2017 - Teams
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