Minna Nurminen and Anna Jacobson have been announced as the International Floorball Federation’s (IFF) anti-doping coordinator and anti-doping contact respectively.
Their appointments follow Merita Bruun leaving on maternity leave.
Nurminen has worked for the IFF for the past year, with her previous tasks including administrating the social media channels and news flow, as well as duties related to IFF events.
She will take up the post having completed her studies in sports and leisure management, with her responsibilities set to include working on anti-doping, medical committee and communication related issues.
The 23-year-old will come into the post with experience of having been a floorball player, referee and coach.
Jacobson will continue her work in anti-doping, having previously managed the anti-doping work of the International Orienteering Federation for a seven-year spell.
“I am really excited about this opportunity to work with anti-doping again,” said Jacobson.
“I look forward to working for a Federation that I know functions well and for a dynamic sport that I have seen growing rapidly throughout the years.”
Jacobson’s role as the anti-doping contact will see her take charge of doping controls and tests.
She currently works for the IFF on a part-time basis, with her other roles including managing social media for the International World Games Association.