Author: Thauli Sports Law

Harveen Thauli Selected as Member of Birmingham 2022’s CGF Federation Court

The second largest multi-sport event after the Olympic games, the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games are upon us. To ensure fair and equitable competition for the event, Sports Resolutions, a London-based not-for-profit dispute resolution body, is taking the lead in administering the CGF Federation Court, an

FINA’s ‘Gender Inclusion Policy’ and its Implications for Transgender Athletes

This article entitled, “FINA votes to restrict transgender participation in elite women’s competition,” was published by CBC and written by Ciaran Fahey. In its new “gender inclusion policy,” the Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA) introduced guidelines prohibiting the participation of swimmers who have undergone gender

Abuse-Free Sport’s New Role in Preventing Discrimination in Canadian Sport

Abuse-Free Sport is a newly instated national program that will prevent and address harassment and discrimination in Canadian sports. Developed by the Sports Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada, in collaboration with the Canadian government, Abuse Free Sport addresses alleged violations of the Universal Code of

ISU Votes to Raise Minimum Competition Age to 17

This article entitled “Figure skating minimum age raised to ‘historic’ decision ahead of 2026 Olympics,” published by NBC News via Reuters on June 7, 2022, covers the intentions behind the new International Skating Union (ISU) legislation. In response to the recent controversy surrounding Kamila Valieva