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1 World Anti-Doping Code Designed to meet the challenges of its day Association of National Olympic Committees Sir Craig Reedie, WADA President 7 November 2014, Bangkok

2  Johannesburg Declaration adopted  2015 World Anti-Doping Code and International Standards ratified  Renewed commitment to protect clean athletes and shape anti-doping’s future 2013 World Conference on Doping in Sport 1,000 leading figures from the sport movement, public authorities, anti-doping community, athlete community and the media

3  Doping goes against an athlete’s health and is contrary to the spirit of sport  Awareness and education at the very heart of WADA’s vision  WADA supports NOCs with implementing awareness and educational initiatives  Ensure the protection of the rights of the clean athlete Preserving the Integrity of Sport Doping remains the greatest threat facing sport

4 REVISED WORLD ANTI-DOPING CODE

5  Longer periods of ineligibility for real cheats and more flexibility in sanctioning in other specific circumstances  Emphasis on the principles of proportionality and human rights  Increased focus on prevention and values-based education 2015 World Anti-Doping Code STRONGER, CLEARER AND FAIR

6  Assistance with the increasingly important information gathering & sharing, and investigations in the fight against doping  Increased focus on sanctioning entourage / athlete support personnel involved in doping 2015 World Anti-Doping Code STRONGER, CLEARER AND FAIR

7  Emphasis on the concepts of smart test distribution planning, smart menus for sample analysis, and smart sample storage  Clearer and fair in balancing the interests of International Federations and National Anti- Doping Organizations 2015 World Anti-Doping Code STRONGER, CLEARER AND FAIR

8  WADA’s role is to assist and guide signatories in becoming Code compliant  Model Rules on 2015 Code available  Guidelines & Protocols  Technical Document for Sport- Specific Analysis  Webinars  From 1 January 2015: monitor compliance by signatories 2015 Code: WADA’s role with implementation WADA IS ON HAND TO ASSIST SIGNATORIES AND ENCOURAGE FULL CODE COMPLIANCE BY 1 JANUARY 2015

9 NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEES (NOC S )

10 2015 Code – Impact on NOCs  All NOCs must have rules in line with the 2015 Code by 1 January 2015 – NOC Declaration created alongside ANOC to be signed  Some NOCs have already implemented the 2015 Code in their rules  Those NOCs in countries that do not have a NADO should work with their government to establish a NADO

11 NOC Declaration – Implementation of the 2015 Code /

12 NOC Declaration - Implementation of the 2015 Code

13  Support anti-doping programs  Ensure National Federations, Athletes and Athlete Support Personnel are bound by anti-doping rules  Have in place rules that sanction the entourage Responsibilities of NOCs, Governments and NADOs

14  Withhold support to those who committed anti-doping rule violations  Cooperation with all stakeholders  RADO member countries – support Board Member and RADO activities All NOC responsibilities are under Art of 2015 Code Responsibilities of NOCs, Governments and NADOs

15  Under article 20.3 of the 2015 Code, IFs have the obligation to ensure that National Federations comply with the Code  IFs have direct jurisdiction over National Federations and close contact with them  In many countries, NADOs and government also work with National Federations to ensure that they comply with the Code  In some countries, NOCs also work with National Federations to ensure that they comply with the Code National Federations under the 2015 Code

16  123 countries are members of a RADO –As member of a RADO, the NOC & Government must maintain an active & supportive role with RADO  131 countries (RADO and non-RADO member) have existing NADOs  If your country does not have a NADO or is not a member of a RADO –Work with Government to establish a NADO –In the interim operate as NADO by default –Join a RADO, where applicable Current Scenario

17 WORLD ANTI-DOPING CODE: DESIGNED TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF ITS DAY

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