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This is an image that shows all the procedures for doping test. Please see below for a detailed explanation.
  1. End-to-End Doping Control
    • End-to-End Doping Control
      • Test Distribution Planning - Appointment of Sample Collection Personnel - Athlete selection - Athlete notification - Provision of Sample - Sample Collection Documentation - Sample transport - Sample Analysis - Results management - Long-term Sample Storage
    • 1. Test Distribution Planning
      • Establishment of Annual Test Distribution Plan
        • Type of test: In-Competition or Out-of-Competition
        • Type of sample: Urine and/or Blood
      • The Test Distribution Plan shall be developed in accordance with the International Standards for Testing and Investigations(ISTI).
    • 2. Appointment of Sample Collection Personnel
      • KADA-accredited Doping Control Officer(DCO)
      • Based on the gender of the athlete
    • 3. Athlete selection
      • random selection
      • Finishing position
      • target Testing
    • 4. Athlete notification
      • Notification of the selection for doping by a DCO and Chaperone
      • Being informed of their Rights and Responsibilities.
      • Remaining under continuous odservation of the DCO or Chaperone.
      • Remaining to the Doping Control Station immediately, unless there is valid reason for a delay
      • A refuse of failure to submit to sample collection may constitue an anti-doping rule violation
    • 5. Provision of Sample
      • Direct observation of the passing of the sample by the DCO or witnesing Chaperone of the same gender
      • Providing at least 90ml of urine sample with suitable specific gravity for analysis
    • 6. Sample Collection Documentation
      • Completing the Doping Control Froms
      • Declaration any medication or supplement taken and blood transfusions received
      • Consent for the use of the sample for research purposes
    • 7. sample transport
      • Transport of the sample to the WADA-accredied laboratory
      • Transport and storage of samples in a manner that protects their integrity, identity and securty
    • 8. sample analysis
      • Sample analysis on accordance with the International Standard for Laboratury
    • 9. result management
      • Check the compliance with International Standards and the approval of Therapeutic Use Exemption(TUE)
      • Conduct of hearings to give an athlete the oppotunity for explanation
      • If the athlete can't accept the decision, they have right to appeal Panel and CAS
    • long-term sample storage
      • Long-term strong of sample for re-analysis using new analytical methods as science and technical develop Storage for up to 10 years

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