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NOC continues its meetings with sports federations to introduce its digital platform

NOC continues its meetings with sports federations to introduce its digital platform's services including athletes' data, as a sustainable reference

The National Olympic Committee has continued its coordination meetings with all sports federations, introducing all the benefits and services provided by the committee's digital platform for registration in sports tournaments and participations.

National Olympic Committee seeks to achieve the 6 objectives of the digital platform of the National Olympic Committee for registration in sports tournaments and participations in preparation for its launch, which includes: establishing two digital systems for registering participation in sports tournaments that fall under the umbrella of the National Olympic Committee, facilitating and accelerating the procedures for registering players who are participating in sports tournaments for sports federations, organizing the registration processes in sports tournaments under a number of specific criteria, and applying governance system in the processes and procedures related to registration in sports tournaments by federations.

The National Olympic Committee's digital platform objectives also include setting up a modern system based on legal protection frameworks related to the concerned parties' rights related to registration processes in sports tournaments, and technical follow-up of the performance of players of sports federations in tournaments and sports tournaments that qualify for the Olympic Games.

The platform includes a unique digital content for registering the sports data of the participants, players and members of the sports missions in which the national sports federations will participate in the name of the United Arab Emirates, by activating the link with the federations and giving them the opportunity to register their athletes in all sports events, including their personal data required to complete the registration and approval process, in addition to receiving periodic notices related to the validity of the official documents.

Mohammed bin Darwish, Executive Director of the National Olympic Committee, emphasized that the digital platform is important for registering athletes in various sports events, establishing a sustainable database that meets all needs and saves effort and time, especially with the ability of federations to update athletes' data on an ongoing basis to become an available and renewable reference.


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