Demonising Justin Gatlin
13th September 2015
The National Anti-Doping Agency of Germany (NADA) will in future partner with Sportradar AG as part of its Intelligence & Investigation work. NADA will include Sportradar in the investigation and determination of doping relevant issues.
Sportradar’s Intelligence and Investigation Services, particularly in the area of Open Source Intelligence, as well as due diligence, risk and compliance analysis, will significantly support NADA’s work. “With Sportradar, we are pleased to gain a partner for NADA’s Intelligence & Investigation work who has been very successful in combating manipulation and corruption in organized sport worldwide for years,” said Dr. Lars Mortsiefer, Chief Legal Counsil and Member of the Executive Board of NADA.
“State-of-the-art technology such as Big Data Analysis will make the international anti-doping fight more digital and therefore more effective. We are pleased to support NADA as one of the most renowned and advanced anti-doping organisations in the world,” said Andreas Krannich, Managing Director Integrity Services of Sportradar.
Sportradar, headquartered in Switzerland with offices in Germany, monitors the global betting market to prevent and detect match-fixing in sport. Sportradar also offers intelligence and investigation services in the areas of match-fixing, due diligence and consultancy. Sportradar now also offers these services tailored to anti-doping work to support the investigative work of anti-doping organisations.
• This media release was published on the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) of Germany’s internet site on 29 January 2019. Click here for the original.
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