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With the revised Code to take effect January 1, 2015, a series of steps are to be taken by all signatories in order to implement the Code.
These Education Guidelines to Prevent Doping in Sport provide Anti-Doping Organizations practical information and reliable approaches to achieve the principles and goals of World Anti-Doping Code Article 18 (See Annex 1 of the Guidelines).
The ADO Reference Guide to the Code outlines the changes in the 2015 Code and highlight what Anti-Doping Organizations (ADOs) should focus on going forward from a practical standpoint.
Article 5 of the revised World Anti-Doping Code outlines Anti-Doping Organizations’ (ADO) responsibilities as it relates to information gathering and intelligence sharing in accordance with the International Standard for Testing and Investigations (ISTI).
This PowerPoint Presentation accompanied the webinar on Information Gathering and Intelligence Sharing presented in June 2015.
This webinar on Information Gathering and Intelligence Sharing discusses the successive steps required for Information Gathering and Intelligence Sharing; such as: the sources of information; the principles of evaluating such information; and the analysis process required in order to produce inte
This webinar on Results Management was presented to IFs (International Federations) and MEOs (Major Events Organizations).
Unfortunately we encountered a number of technical issues during this webinar. We apologize for the poor sound quality of the recording.
This webinar on Results Management was presented to NADOs and RADOs.
This webinar on the new Technical Document for Sport Specific Analysis (TDSSA) was presented to International Federations (IF) and Major events organizations (MEO).
This webinar on the new Technical Document for Sport Specific Analysis (TDSSA) was presented to NADOs and RADOs.
This webinar was presented to NADOs and RADOs to help them with the implementation of the 2015 World Anti-Doping Code.
This Technical Document for Sport Specific Analysis (TDSSA) is intended to ensure that the Prohibited Substances within the scope of the TDSSA that are deemed to be at risk of abuse in certain sports/disciplines are subject to an appropriate and consistent minimum level of analysis by all ADOs.
This document provides an overview of the changes between the 2009 Code and Version 4.0 of the 2015 Code, organized into seven general themes, including the key changes related to each theme.
These Model Rules will take effect January 1, 2015.