Paralympic Winter Games
12 - 21 March

Vancouver Anti-Doping Documents Now Available on IPC Website

Documents will help athletes to determine the set rules and regulations regarding Anti-Doping 06 Nov 2009 By IPC

All related documents regarding Anti-Doping for the upcoming Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games are now available on the official website of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

Finalized and posted this week, the documents will help athletes to determine the set rules and regulations regarding Anti-Doping. Included on the website are the Paralympic Anti-Doping Guide (introduction and overview), IPC Anti-Doping Code, 2010 Prohibited List, IPC Technical Procedures for Doping Control, and a presentation and helpful information for all National Paralympic Committees (NPCs) regarding Anti-Doping.

To find the Anti-Doping documents and more information, please visit www.paralympic.org/Anti_Doping.

The Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games will take place from 12-21 March 2010, with approximately 600 athletes from 45 countries expected to compete in five sports: Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Cross-Country Skiing, Ice Sledge Hockey and Wheelchair Curling.

For more information about the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games, please visit www.vancouver2010.com.