Resources for Athletes

This section contains all resources relevant to Elite Athletes which includes but is not limited to declarations, facilities and relative documentation

The Elite Athletes Scheme

The aim of the scheme is to identify the most promising athletes who can represent Malta in the various international sports events and provide them with extra support services in order to help them further upgrade their level. These athletes shall still be entitled to the benefits National Team Athletes are entitled to, but shall also benefit from other advantages.

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Athletes’ Rights and Responsibilities Declaration

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) adopted the Athletes’ Rights and Responsibilities Declaration (Athletes’ Declaration) during the second day of the Session in Buenos Aires on 9 October. This ground-breaking document was formed following an extensive process that gathered the views and opinions of more than 4,200 elite athletes from 190 countries.

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Functional Diagnostic Lab Tests

With our international medical and scientific personnel we will be able to provide tests and programmes geared to meet your specific goals and to improve performance. Our sport-specific tests use the latest in technology to identify individual strengths and weaknesses in aerobic capacity, anaerobic power, speed, strength, technique, and more. Test results are explained for your complete understanding and applied to your specific training and goals.

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International Olympic Committee’s Integrity and Compliance Hotline

  1. Report suspicious approaches or activities related to competition manipulation. For all football related reports, please use the existing reporting mechanisms of FIFA and UEFA. For all doping related reports, please contact the WORLD ANTI-DOPING AGENCY , the International Testing Agency or your national/regional responsible authority.
  2. Report incidents when you feel that you may have been the victim of, or have witnessed, an incident of harassment and/or abuse during the Olympic Games.
  3. Report infringements of the IOC CODE OF ETHICS or other matters, including financial misconduct or further legal, regulatory and ethical breaches over which the IOC has jurisdiction.
  4. Report Press freedom violations journalists and media representatives working on Olympic Games-related coverage may have experienced.
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