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Tokyo 2020: medical rules for the Games

Anti-Doping Rules – Tokyo 2020

Circular Letter – Anti-Doping Rules – Tokyo 2020

IOC Needle Policy

IOC Needle form (online version)

IOC Needle form (paper version)

IOC Policy Regarding Certain NOC Scientific and Medical Equipment for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo in 2020

Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) applications

The IOC has delegated responsibility for all TUE applications to the International Testing Agency (ITA). This means that the ITA is now fully responsible for the TUE application process for all athletes that fall under the IOC’s jurisdiction.

All TUE applications now need to be directed to the ITA. Further information can be found linked here, with the TUE application form linked here.

 

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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.
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Anti-Doping Rule Violations Decisions

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