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Azarov D.N., Ivanova L.A., Kazakova O.A., Reshetin A.A. Analysis of legal regulation of sports on the example of Russia and the UK

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p10-14
 
Analysis of legal regulation of sports on the example of Russia and the UK
Dmitry Nikolaevich Azarov, the senior teacher, Volgograd Academy of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia; Lidia Alexandrovna Ivanova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Samara State Economic University; Olga Alexandrovna Kazakova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Alexander Alexandrovich Reshetin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Samara University

Abstract
In this article, the authors analyzed the legal aspect of the regulation of sports in the Russian Federation and Great Britain. From which it follows that two countries have completely different approaches in this matter. However, given the difficult situation with doping scandals, namely, on December 9, 2019, the WADA executive committee suspended Russia from participating in international competitions for four years, while this ban applies to the Olympic Games and world championships, the study of foreign experience in the legal regulation of sports for the Russian Federation may be a very useful practice.
Keywords: sport, law, jurisprudence, law, doping, control, labor law, physical education, UKAD, WADA, NGB.
 
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Article arrived in edition 22.04.2020
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