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Tokyo: Anti-Doping Rules for the Games

Anti-Doping Rules for the Games

IOC Needle Policy

IOC Policy regarding certain NOC Scientific and Medical Equipment

Fight against doping and promotion of athletes' health

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Future Olympic Games Integrity: A shift to more intelligent testing

The number of tests conducted during the Olympic Games has increased over the years: up from 3,600 in Athens to over 5,000 in London and Rio. While this increase demonstrates the IOC's commitment to ensuring that athletes play fair, there is a greater shift towards using a more intelligent testing strategy through more targeted out-of-competition tests. 

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Sochi 2014 Investigations

The IOC has taken firm action in response to the findings of the McLaren Report on doping and manipulation in Russia, which showed that there was a fundamental attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and on sport in general.


Pre-Games testing by the International Winter Sports Federations

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Medical Code

Discover the new version of the Olympic Movement Medical Code which applies to Olympic Games, beginning with the 2016 Rio Olympic Summer Games. The document defines basic rules regarding best medical practices in the domain of sport and the safeguarding of the rights and health of the athletes.


Medical and Scientific Commission

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Anti-Doping Rule Violations Decisions

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