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International Olympic Committee

The International Olympic Committee is the guardian of the Olympic Games and the leader of the Olympic Movement. A truly global organisation, it acts as a catalyst for collaboration between all Olympic stakeholders, including the athletes, the National Olympic Committees, the International Federations, Organising Committees for the Olympic Games, the Worldwide Olympic Partners and Olympic broadcast partners. It also collaborates with public and private authorities including the United Nations and other international organisations.  The vision of the International Olympic Committee is to Build a Better World through Sport. 

Commonwealth Games Association

The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) is the organisation responsible for the direction and control of the Commonwealth Games and Commonwealth Youth Games, and for delivering on the vision of the Commonwealth Sports Movement: to build peaceful, sustainable and prosperous communities globally by inspiring Commonwealth Athletes to drive the impact and ambition of all Commonwealth Citizens through Sport. 

African National Olympic Committee Association

ANOCA contributes to developing, fostering and defending the Olympic Movement and its autonomy in Africa, in pursuance of the Olympic Charter. ANOCA serves and promotes the interests of member NOC's in their dealings with third parties, in all matters of general interest in collaboration with the IOC and ANOC.  ANOCA promotes understanding, cooperation and mutual assistance among NOC's of Africa and helps African NOCs in collaboration with the IOC, to promote, develop and defend Olympic ethics, good governance in sport, financial transparency and sustainability in the operations of NOC's throughout the African Continent. 

World Anti Doping Association

NOCs must ensure that anti-doping policies and rules conform with the Code and International Standards within their respective countries. Should a country‚Äôs anti-doping rules not be compliant with the Code and International Standards, consequences, including possible exclusion from the Olympic Games, apply.  In countries where there is no National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO), the NOC assumes the role of the NADO, meaning that the NOC becomes responsible for everything related to doping control (i.e., education, sample collection, whereabouts program, results management, Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs). 

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