BASKETBALL AUSTRALIA LIMITED ANTI-DOPING POLICY This Anti-Doping Policy is adopted and implemented by the sporting administration body in accordance with SIA’s and the sporting administration body’s responsibilities under the World Anti-Doping Code, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Act 2006 (Cth), the Australian
On 7 December 2020 the Basketball Australia Board adopted the Sport Integrity Australia Australian National Anti-Doping Policy as the Anti-Doping Policy for the sport of basketball in Australia effective from 1 January 2021. The Australian National Anti-Doping Policy, which forms Appendix 4 to the National Framework for Ethical Behaviour and Integrity in Basketball, may be found on the Sport Integrity Australia website:
Basketball Australia (BA) means the national entity which is a Member of or is recognised by FIBA as the entity governing Basketball in Australia. Code means the World Anti-Doping Code adopted by WADA on 17 November 2007 at Madrid; or if the Code has been amended, the Code as so amended.
BA Anti_Doping Policy Revised_8 Nov 08 2 BA will immediately advise ASADA of any alleged anti-doping rule violation in Basketball and will provide assistance to ASADA in any investigation that ASADA might reasonably request; and ASADA will, subject to the ASADA Act and privacy legislation, provide
1.2.1 As a condition of receiving financial and/or other assistance from the Australian Government and/or the Australian Olympic Committee, the Sporting Administration Body shall accept and abide by the spirit and terms of SIA’s Anti-Doping Program and this Anti-Doping Policy, and shall adopt this Anti-Doping Policy into their governing documents, constitution and/or rules as part of the rules of sport that bind their members, Participants and Non-participants.
Research. Sports that have adopted the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy. The below sports have adopted the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy. As sports adopt the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy they will be added to this list. Air Sport Australia Confederation. Archery Australia. Artistic Swimming Australia. Athletics Australia.
Basketball Australia Anti-Doping Policy 2015. Originally Published Feb 18, 2016 @ 14:51 . Description:
2006 – The Australian Sports Anti‑Doping Authority (ASADA), tasked to protect Australia's sporting integrity through the elimination of doping, replaces ASDA. 2009 – A revised World Anti‑Doping Code comes into force. It is supported by 5 international standards to ensure a uniform approach to anti‑doping around the world.