FIL ETHICS / GOOD GOVERNANCE
The FIL commits itself to the standards of Good Governance. It reviews the standards in regular intervals. The Basic Universal Principles of Good Governance of the Olympic and Sports Movement, in particular, transparency, responsibility, and accountability, are respected by FIL.
FIL Ethics Code
- Updated after 2019 FIL Congress
Congress reports of the FIL Ethics Authority
Safeguarding From Harassment & Abuse in Sport
Luge sport should provide a place where athletes can experience joy, dedication, achievement, and delight in the human spirit. Everyone involved in our sport should be safe and treated with respect. Unfortunately, some individuals may cross the line and display harassing or abusive behaviour, with devastating consequences.
It is not always easy to understand where boundaries are, when to say no, how to reach out for help; and, sometimes, myths need to be dispelled. This is why education is essential to safeguard athletes and those working around them.
The FIL strongly recommends that everyone involved in sport - in particular athletes, parents, grooms, coaches, medical personnel and sport officials – familiarise themselves with the following information of the IOC.
Ethical Commission / Disciplinary Commission
Sanctions currently none
Disqualification Statistics Artificial Track