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Iditarod Rule Changes Spurred By Scandal
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October 12, 2017  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

The Board of directors of the Iditarod Trail Committee has voted to change its rules in the wake of a doping scandal.

In a statement, Iditarod officials said the changes were made after the team of a single musher tested positive for “a prohibited substance” during the last running of the race. Chas St. George, an Iditarod spokesperson, did not disclose identity of the musher citing legal concerns and confidentiality.

In the past, officials were not allowed to disqualify a musher as they could not prove his or her intent. Under the revised guidelines, mushers would be held “strictly liable” for any positive drug tests.

“Any musher who is found to be responsible, either directly or indirectly, for tampering with another musher’s dogs, foods, snacks or supplies, or tampering in any other manner, which effects the results of drug testing results of another musher’s dogs will be subject to discipline of disqualification and/or a ban from the Race,” the updated rules state.

The new rules stipulate that the musher could be brought before a review panel to prove by clear and convincing evidence that the positive tests resulted from causes completely beyond their control if he or she is believed to be giving performance enhancing drugs to pups.

“I am strongly supportive and I appreciate the board for trying to enforce the drug dog policy, but I think it’s a mistake to leave the mushers in a place where they can be sabotaged and have no recourse,” reigning Iditarod champion Mitch Seavey said. “Unless you can catch someone else and prove that they did it, it’s impossible.”

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