Näder Chair of Supervisory Board of German NADA

Prof. Hans Georg Näder, president and CEO of Otto Bock, is the new Supervisory Board of the German National Anti-Doping Agency's (NADA) chairperson. 27 Apr 2012
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Prof. Hans Georg Näder, President and CEO of Otto Bock, during the 2010 Paralympic Games in Vancouvert, Canada.

ⒸProf. Hans Georg Näder
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“Like many other sport organizations, the IPC pursues the goal of a drug free sport to promote and protect the integrity of sport and the health of the athletes.”

President and CEO of Otto Bock HealthCare, one of the International Paralympic Commitee’s (IPC) Worldwide Partners, Prof. Hans Georg Näder was elected as the new chairperson of the Supervisory Board of the German National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA).

“As an active sailor and member of the global Paralympic family, clean sports is part of my culture,“ Näder said after being elected by the Supervisory Board for a five-year-term.

Xavier Gonzalez, CEO of the IPC, said: “I would like to congratulate Prof. Näder for being elected to this position, a very important one in German sport.

“Like many other sport organizations, the IPC pursues the goal of a drug free sport to promote and protect the integrity of sport and the health of the athletes.”

Otto Bock is a Worldwide Partner of the Paralympic Movement, in the product categories 'Therapeutical Medical Devices' and 'Rehabilitation and Mobility Healthcare Products' since 2005.

Otto Bock is the leading global supplier in prosthetics and rehabilitation and has been supporting the Paralympic Movement and its athletes, both with its products and its free services, at events for years. Since the Seoul 1988 Paralympic Games, Otto Bock has also brought their service centre to several major competitions outside the Paralympic Games, for example, the IPC Athletics World and European Championships.

For more information about Otto Bock, please visit the official website at www.ottobock.com/paralympics.

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