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The latest rules governing doping

Whether by accident or on purpose, doping is against the rules of the sport.

Ensure you don’t fall foul of the revised British Swimming Anti-Doping Rules, read below.

Doping control programs seek to preserve what is intrinsically valuable about sport, or its spirit.

And the spirit of sport is the celebration of the human spirit, body and mind, and is characterized by values such as fair play and honesty, and excellence in performance.

Artificially enhancing performance is contrary to the spirit of sport and as such rules have been created to ensure those choosing the route of unfair play are effectively punished. Make sure you do not fall foul of them and download the document below.

Click here to download British Swimming anti-doping Rules (2010)
Click here for the amendments to British Swimming anti-doping (2010).

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