The #AthleteCharter of Rights and Responsibilities "aims to articulate the rights of athletes, and their responsibilities, in an inspirational yet straightforward document developed through an inclusive process. The goal is a body of fundamental principles that are both universal and flexible enough to adapt to athletes’ needs across the full range of sports and countries.
Currently organised around five key topics, the draft Athlete Charter addresses the most relevant issues athletes face today. These include: 1) Integrity and Clean Sport, 2) Governance and Communication, 3) Career and Marketing, 4) Safeguarding, and 5) Sports Competition."
From all.sport: "GAISF welcomed publication of the launch plan for its .sport Community initiative by the Internet governance body ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers). Following completion of its review, publication of the plan on the ICANN website constitutes formal recognition of acceptance, and sets in motion a timetable of events.
As part of the pre-launch program, a select group of Ambassador websites will go live during Summer 2018, becoming among the first ever at .sport. A consolidated launch period will run from September 4 to November 6, 2018 and, following a quiet period, General Availability will begin on January 8, 2019. Premium pricing applies during the consolidated launch period. Standard pricing will apply starting with General Availability.
The .sport extension is by and for the community. As a community extension .sport has made membership in the community an eligibility requirement for registering a .sport domain. During the consolidated launch period, these include: federations, sport organizations and governing bodies; clubs and teams; cities and public authorities; athletes and practitioners; sport organizers, event sponsors, sport brands and corporate partners; sport media; and sport facilities."