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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.
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.
Note: In force as of 1 January 2017
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).
|Note: On 15 November 2017, WADA’s Executive Committee approved the immediate suspension of the application of the three introductory paragraphs of Article 4.4 (Maintaining WADA Accredit|
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).
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.