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World Sports Advocate

Volume: 7 Issue: 11
(November 2009)

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Doping: Sample collection: failure to submit to doping control

Under World Anti-Doping Agency rules, failure to submit to sample collection for doping control purposes constitutes an anti-doping rule violation. Mike Morgan, a Solicitor with Hammonds, examines recent case law to explain that seemingly innocuous actions by athletes - such as taking a shower or attending a private team talk once in the presence of Doping Control Officers - can result in such an anti-doping rule violation.

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