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A Guide to the World Anti-Doping Code: A Fight for the Spirit of Sport - 2nd Edition
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A Guide to the World Anti-Doping Code: A Fight for the Spirit of Sport - 2nd Edition

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Published Jan 2013 (Cambridge)
ISBN: 9781107003460. Hard Cover.

Paul David 

The laws relating to anti-doping change rapidly, and the World Anti-Doping Code has been at the centre of significant developments in this area over the last ten years. Since the first edition of this guide, the amended 2009 Code has come into effect and been applied in various decisions before national sporting tribunals and the Court of Arbitration for Sport. 

This second edition covers the significant changes introduced by the 2009 Code. More than forty summaries of recent cases illustrate the operation of the key provisions of the 2009 Code, in particular the articles relating to anti-doping rule violations and sanctions. Consideration of the 2009 Code and the latest International Standards which regulate anti-doping in sport around the world Contains more than forty new case summaries which are otherwise hard to access Follows the sequence of the 2009 Code, making this easy to follow and use 

Table of Contents 


1. The development of principles relating to anti-doping regimes: the role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport

2. Overview of the Code and the World Anti-Doping Program

3. The International Standards in more detail

4. The nature of the Code and its interpretation and application 

5. Articles 1 and 2 of the Code: anti-doping rule violations under the Code

6. Article 3 of the Code: the proof of anti-doping rule violations under the Code 

7. Responsibility for testing and investigations, results management and hearings

8. Sanctions for anti-doping rule violations: Articles 9 and 10 of the Code

9. Article 13: appeals under the Code

10. Appeals to the Swiss Supreme Court from CAS, challenges to the Code in the courts with claims outside the Code 

11. The way ahead: the 2009 Code. 

Paul David is a barrister practising from Eldon Chambers, Auckland. He has acted as independent counsel to Drug-Free Sport NZ for ten years. He has recently been appointed to the list of arbitrators of the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

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