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The FEI Board approves proposed changes to the FEI General Regulations and the Anti-Doping Rules

Friday, 26 June 2020
FEI

The main decisions from the FEI Board meeting from June 24, 2020, included taking further measures to safeguard the sport as well as an unanimous approval of proposed changes to the FEI General Regulations and the Anti-Doping Rules (both human and equine). 

The main decisions, published on the FEI website, read as follows: 

"Measures to safeguard the sport 

The Board received an overview of the measures already approved and their financial consequences and agreed that the FEI to hold discussions with the Equestrian Organisers (EO) and the International Jumping Riders Club (IJRC) in order to explore further possible solutions that would re-energise the equestrian sporting calendar.”

“FEI General Regulations and anti-doping rules 

The Board unanimously approved proposed changes to the FEI General Regulations and the Anti-Doping Rules (both human and equine), which – along with all Rules undergoing revision in 2020 – will be finalised and shared with National Federations and stakeholders on 13 July for feedback.

Under the FEI Rules Revision policy, there will then be a seven-week consultation period for National Federations and stakeholders to make comments and/or propose any additional changes. The final draft of the proposed rules changes will be provided to National Federations and stakeholders on 20 October prior to the Federations’ vote during the 2020 FEI General Assembly.

Initial comments from National Federations and stakeholders on the proposed changes to the disciplines rules, which have been kept to a minimum for 2020, were also reviewed by the Board and will now go forward to the National Federations and stakeholders as per the above consultation process." 

 

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