Tokyo 2020

IOC Anti-Doping Rules applicable to Tokyo 2020: these rules apply to all anti-doping activities and doping controls over which the IOC has jurisdiction in relation to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Doping Control Guidebook for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: the purpose of this document is to give the participants information about the anti-doping programme and how it will be conducted. This guide is not a detailed set of rules, but rather a summary of the key aspects of the rules. It complements the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Anti-Doping Rules / International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Anti-Doping Code but does not replace or supersede it.
This document reflects planning as of December 2020. All information contained within this document is subject to revision based on changes to the competition schedule, venue operations and security requirements.

The ITA Education Officer Ms. Mairi Irvine – supported by the WBSC panelists: Chair of the WBSC Medical Commission Mr. Gianfranco Beltrami, Anti-Doping Manager Mr. Victor Isola, Assistant Executive Director Ms. Laurie Gouthro, Special Projects & Events Coordinator Mr. Giovanni Pantaleoni and Anti-Doping Intern Mr. Marco Lepre – explains the main features of the anti-doping framework for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Some content include: testing procedures during Covid-19 pandemic, useful resources, ADEL for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRV), Prohibited List updated, checking your medications, nutritional supplements, management of the Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) and whereabouts process, Testing Pools, ADAMS, Athletes’ rights during Doping Control.

Please you can find below the pdf presentation as well as the recordings of the webinar in English and Spanish.