ANTIGUA & BARBUDA IN GOOD STANDING WITH THE UNESCO CONVENTION AGAINST DOPING IN SPORTMonday 26th July 2010
Effect from July 15, 2010 Antigua and Barbuda became the 144th Country to ratify the UNESCO Convention Against Doping in Sport.
Please click the UNESCO link for the details.
The Office of the Minister of State: Sports is particularly pleased with the assistance from the various entities including the World Anti-Doping Association, the National Olympic Association, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Legal Affairs and the Secretary General of the National UNESCO Office for making this a reality. Our athletes will now have no issues to participation in regional or international events as far as this matter is concerned. Our next steps are to work with the National Olympic Association which serves as the National Anti-doping Association and the Sports Medicine Association to develop a strategic plan and to implement our National Anti-doping Rules (previously distributed) The support of all of our stakeholders would be greatly appreciated.
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