Sample collection process

Anti-Doping test:

Jordan Anti-Doping Organization is responsible for conducting tests at the local level, as well as approving and implementing anti-doping rules and directing the examination and collection of samples through the examination team consisting of the doping control officer and chaperons.

 

If the athlete competes at the international level and / or the national level, it is possible to undergo urine and / or blood testing at anytime and anywhere through the International Federation, Jordan Anti-Doping Organization or the Organizing Committee for the main event. By accredited staff and doping control officer and chaperons. Testing can be carried out within or outside the competition.

 

 

 

Player Selection:

The athlete is selected for examination within the framework of the competition by random selection, or by the centers for being targeted for examination for a particular reason.

 

The athlete is screened outside the competition at anytime, anywhere and without prior notice.

 

If the athlete is a minor or suffers from a disability, this may require minor modifications to the sampling process. These modifications can be discussed with the Doping Control Officer at the time of the examination.

 

Eleven stages of the doping test

 

1. Select the athlete: The athlete is selected to check the doping at anytime and anywhere.

 

2. NOTICE: The athlete will be notified by the facility or the Doping Control Officer of his / her selection for examination and will clarify the rights and responsibilities of the athlete.

 

3. Access to the Doping Station: You must go for an immediate examination, and the Doping Control Officer may permit the athlete to delay access to the screening station only under certain conditions.

 

4. Sample collection equipment: The athlete has the right to choose from sealed sample collection equipment.

5. Sample: The athlete will be asked to present a sample to be seen by a doctor or a doping officer, and may be asked to provide a blood sample in addition.

 

6. Sample urine size: The minimum required urine is 90 milliliters for all samples.

 

7. Sample division: The sample will be divided into two "A" and "B" bottles.

 

8. Closure of the samples: The athlete closes the bottles "A" and "B" as directed by the Doping Control Officer.

 

9. Density Measurement: The Doping Control Officer shall measure the specific density of the sample to ensure that it is not dilute and is not valid for analysis.

 

10. Completion of the athlete's doping test form: Athletes have the right to disclose their comments regarding their doping session. And ensure that all information is correct, including the sample number, and the athlete receives a copy of his / her doping test form.

 

11. Laboratory procedures: All samples are sent to the WADA accredited laboratories.

 

The player has the following responsibilities when he / she is selected for a doping test:

 

1 - Stay within the direct observation of the facilities for testing the doping facilities in all the contexts from the time of reporting the examination until the completion of the collection of samples.

 

2. Provide the player with an appropriate identity to identify himself.

 

3. Compliance with sampling procedures - Failure to do so may violate anti-doping rules.

 

4 - Immediately go to the Doping Station for the examination, unless there are good reasons for delay.

 

 

 

What is the examination within the competition?

 

The Jordanian Anti-Doping Organization coordinates the examination of the players within the framework of the competition, so that it is the body responsible for the examination within the sporting event. The conditions for selecting the players for the examination are determined in advance, according to the regulations and instructions of the international federation concerned or the organizer of the sporting event. The event was held in Jordan by examining the players and collecting the samples only if the International Federation or the organizer of the event had an alternative doping program. The player selected for the examination shall be notified immediately during his presence within the venue of the sports event. The sample shall then be taken according to the international standards for doping tests. The sample shall be analyzed and the knowledge of the prohibited substance shall be determined according to the list of banned substances within the competition.

 

What is an out-of-competition examination?

Is a doping test for the player outside the competition or outside the venue of the sporting event, where the player may be checked at anytime and anywhere.

 

Select Player:

You can be chosen as a player to check doping at anytime and anywhere.

 

Notice:

 The DCO or the chaperone informs the player of his or her choice for the doping test.