William Bock, III of Indianapolis, IN, is the general counsel for the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and is responsible for the management of all USADA Legal Affairs including supervision and direction of the results management process for the anti-doping testing program for all Olympic, Paralympic Pan American and Parapan American sports in the United States. Mr. Bock oversees the handling of all anti-doping rule violations including investigations; drafting and ensuring implementation and enforcement of USADA protocols and policies; prosecuting doping violations; handling all contract negotiat
In his nomination, Bock was described as an influence for athletes to believe they don’t have to succumb to the pressures of society and sports, to use performance-enhancing drugs, to excel.
“It is with courage and dedication that Bock upholds the values of responsibility and integrity in a sphere that is often tainted with cheating and poor decisions. It is with honor and duty that Bock helps to preserve the integrity of competition, inspire true sport and protect the rights of U.S. athletes to compete healthy and clean.”