Doping control

During competitions doping test sampling procedure will be arranged by doping control inspectors from «National Anti-doping Center» which is authorized by Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for sports and physical culture. «National Anti-doping Center» (NADC) was created in 2013, main purpose of NADC is counteraction to doping in sports and assistance in protection of life and the health of people, who engaged in physical culture and sport. NADC is working in full corresponds to the World anti-doping agency Code (WADA). The main work areas of NADC is carrying out educational anti-doping programs and doping control activities. NADC is guided by the international documents (UNESCO convention «The international convention on fight against a doping in sports» 19.10.2005 which is ratified by the Republic of Kazakhstan on December 7, 2009 the Law No. 220-IV, the WADA Code, the International standards of WADA).

The world anti-doping agency (English World Anti-Doping Agency – WADA) – the independent organization created with support of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). WADA founded on November 10, 1999 in Lausanne, Switzerland, for coordination of fight against doping in sports. In 2001 the headquarters of WADA moved to Montreal, Canada. The current President of the organization – Sir Craig Ridi.

The main document of WADA is the World anti-doping code which new edition will come into force since January 1, 2015.