Anti-doping quiz – 8 of 20

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Can my coach or someone I choose to come with me to the doping control station?

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: An athlete can have someone, such as a parent, a coach, team official or physician, accompany him/her to the doping control station, if he/she wants. All minor athletes should have someone with them in the doping control station. If no one can accompany the athlete, the Doping Control Officer may choose someone to accompany him/her. An athlete can also have a language aid or interpreter if necessary and available.


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