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Anti-Doping Information Updated
By Online Coordinator - Roger Woodroofe - Fri 13 Feb 2015 6:10pm
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DrugFreeSport Resources

Orienteering NZ updated its anti-doping information to reflect the latest rules which came into effect at the start of 2015.  

To view the updated details visit https://www.orienteering.org.nz/anti-doping-information/ 

The anti-doping information provides general information for members on anti-doping. It includes details on:

  • sports anti-doping rules
  • changes to the 2015 Code
  • medications and supplements checks
  • TUEs and whereabouts programme
  • doping control.

Links to the new Drug Free Sport New Zealand website and resources are included.

Orienteering NZ is committed to the advancement of clean sport that rejects cheating through the use of performance enhancing drugs and methods. Orienteering NZ works in partnership with the national anti-doping organisation, Drug Free Sport New Zealand to promote a culture of clean sport; deliver anti-doping education; organise testing programmes; report doping and suspicious activity; and support athletes to compete drug free.

For more information, please refer to Orienteering NZ Anti-Doping Information.

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