Session 4

Protecting Racing’s Integrity

February 20, 2020

This session will commence by bringing together legal and integrity leaders from racing and other major sports to examine the key threats to clean racing and sport. It will consider trends in cheating within sports – from motivation to method – and look at cutting-edge approaches to intelligence, investigations, and integrity programmes, to identify and deal with those who seek to cross the line.

Having explored these matters, the focus of the session will move to a special presentation on the breaking of integrity-related stories, from the perspectives of a leading news-breaking journalist, and an experienced racing regulator.

Speakers

Mr
Ray Murrihy
Integrity Consultant

Integrity Consultant

Dr
Jack Anderson
Director of Studies, Sports Law, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne

Director of Sports Law, University of Melbourne

Mr
Brett Clothier
Head of Athletics Integrity Unit

Head of Athletics Integrity Unit

Mrs
Annamarie Phelps CBE
Chair, British Horseracing Authority, Vice-Chair, British Olympic Association

Chair, British Horseracing Authority, Vice-Chair, British Olympic Association

Mr
Leo Schlink
Sports Reporter, The Herald Sun

Sports Reporter, The Herald Sun

Speakers

Ray Murrihy

Integrity Consultant

Prof. Jack Anderson

Director of Sports Law, University of Melbourne

Brett Clothier

Head of Athletics Integrity Unit

Annamarie Phelps CBE

Chair, British Horseracing Authority, Vice-Chair, British Olympic Association

Leo Schlink

Sports Reporter, The Herald Sun

Presentation by Mr Ray Murrihy

Ray Murrihy
Mr
Ray Murrihy

Integrity Consultant

Integrity Consultant