Anti-doping quiz – 4 of 20

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Who is responsible when a substance is found in an athlete’s body?

Here is an anti-doping quiz to make all of you think how an elite athlete needs to consider what supposed or not supposed to be consumed to avoid a violation of the anti-doping rules of WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency). Please do not cheat and test your knowledge before you see the answer below! Play true!

The quiz made by WADA, you can find it here and here for more quiz questions.


Clarification: The athlete is always responsible for what is found in his or her body, even if a banned substance was used by accident, or if somebody else provided the substance saying it is safe. This is referred to as the principle of strict liability. If an athlete is not 100% sure of the ingredients or not sure of the status of a substance – they should not take it before checking the Prohibited List, or asking their International Federation (IF) or National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO).


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