Содержание слайда: World Anti-Doping Code
On 5th March, 2003, the international sports movement gathered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and approved the terms of the World Anti-Doping Code. The Code sets out “. . . specific anti-doping rules and principles that are to be followed by organisations responsible for adopting, implementing or enforcing anti-doping rules within authority — e.g., the International Olympic Committee, International Paralympic Committee, International Federations, Major Event Organisations and National Anti-Doping Organisations.”
On 11th July, 2003, the Federation Internationale de Natation (FINA), the International Federation governing the aquatic disciplines of Swimming, Synchronised Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Open Water Swimming and Masters Swimming, at its Extraordinary Congress in Barcelona, Spain, decided to accept the World Anti-Doping Code. Simultaneously, FINA enacted a new set of Doping Control Rules as its own Anti-Doping Rules pursuant to the Code. These Rules came into effect worldwide on 11th September, 2003. The FINA Doping Control Rules apply to each Participant in the activities of FINA or any of its Member Federations by virtue of the Participant’s membership, accreditation or participation in FINA, its Member Federations, or their Competitions.
FINA’s new Anti-Doping Rules apply to all Doping Controls under FINA’s jurisdiction. All Member Federations must comply with FINA’s Anti-Doping Rules. Each Member Federation’sregulations must stipulate that they deem all FINA Rules, including Anti-Doping Rules, as incorporated into and directly applicable to and followed by Competitors, Competitor Support Personnel, coaches, physicians, team leaders, and club and Federation representatives under that Federation’s jurisdiction.