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The Anti-Doping Unit of the Irish Sports Council annual report 2011.

Creator:

Anti-Doping Unit of the Irish Sports Council

Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Report
Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland
Description:

The Irish Sport Anti-Doping Programme was established by the Irish Sports Council in 1999. It commenced operation in January 2000. The purpose of the Programme is to ensure that sport is drug free. It does this through three key elements; testing, research and education. Highlights â?¢ A total of 802 urine tests were conducted - 342 in-competition and 460 out-of competition â?¢ Blood testing programme further developed with 65 blood tests completed In 2011, the Irish Sports Council strengthened and expanded its deterrence and detection function through the National Testing Programme focusing on the management of a comprehensive doping control programme, and the development of its intelligence capabilities.

Date:

01/01/2012

Rights: Public
Suggested citation:

Anti-Doping Unit of the Irish Sports Council. (2012) The Anti-Doping Unit of the Irish Sports Council annual report 2011. [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/413320 [Accessed: 19th August 2019].

  

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