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Private Anti-Doping Policy Of BCCI Supported By ICC
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October 31, 2017  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

A new twist has emerged in the standoff between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Indian National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA).

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has come out in support of the BCCI regarding dope tests for India’s international and domestic cricketers. A spokesman for the ICC said it is comfortable with anti-doping program of BCCI. “The ICC encourages all its Members (different boards) to adopt ICC’s Template Code for National Federations and implement the same. The BCCI’s anti-doping code is based on the ICC template code.”

The BCCI is likely to soon take a position that it need not be NADA-dope compliant to have an approved doping program.

“The BCCI has an independent doping program. It has engaged a Sweden- based international dope testing agency called International Drug Testing Management (IDTM). It is a WADA- approved agency and it collects 250 samples a year and that is more than any cricket country,” a BCCI official said adding, “We’re answerable to the ICC and the world cricket body is satisfied with our anti-doping program.” The BCCI official further added IDTM has been engaged by many countries.

Since 2006, the ICC is a signatory of the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) but the BCCI has stayed away from its accredited the Indian National Anti-Doping Agency. The main objection of BCCI and Indian cricketers is the whereabouts clause. It has been argued that the clause exposes cricketers to security threats.

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