Implementing Sport 2030 – safeguarding the integrity of Australian sport

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Publication date: 
31 March 2019
Publication type: 
Fact Sheet
Intended audience: 
General public

The Government is introducing vital reforms to help safeguard the integrity of Australian sport and combat present, emerging and future threats from doping, match-fixing, illegal betting, organised crime, and corruption.

A new single National Sports Integrity Commission will be established, bringing together the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, the National Integrity of Sports Unit and the national sports integrity functions of Sport Australia. A new National Sports Tribunal will be trialled, which will hear anti-doping violations and other allegations and resolve disputes consistently, cost-effectively and transparently.

Anti-doping and criminal intelligence capabilities will be ramped up to protect sport from doping and sport betting-related corruption. Commonwealth, state and territory law enforcement agencies will be better coordinated.