As part of INAS’ ongoing commitment to drug-free sport, up to four positions are available on the INAS Therapeutic Use Exemption Committee (TUE Committee) which supports the INAS Anti-Doping Committee to evaluate TUE requests in accordance with the International Standard.
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Marking our 30 anniversary, INAS:30 is a way for all athletes, family members, sports professionals, companies, organisations and those with an interest in INAS and sport for athletes with an intellectual disability to support the organisation and receive exclusive benefits.
The INAS Governing Board are delighted to announce Honduras as the 81st nation to become members, and the 17th nation from the Americas region.
INAS membership has grown considerably in recent years with around 5 new nations each year since 2012.
The application will now be ratified by the INAS membership at the next General Assembly.
As the 2016 INAS Athletics Championships (Europe) came to a close, INAS – the International Association of Sport for para-athletes with an intellectual disability – extended its condolences to Turkey following the recent terrorist attacks at Istanbul airport which overshadowed the start of the event.