Article Comparison - Anti-Doping Convention
1. The Parties undertake to encourage their sports organisations and through them the international sports organisations to formulate and apply all appropriate measures, falling within their competence, against doping in sport.
2. To this end, they shall encourage their sports organisations to clarify and harmonise their respective rights, obligations and duties, in particular by harmonising their:
a. anti-doping regulations on the basis of the regulations agreed by the relevant international sports organisations;
b. lists of banned pharmacological classes of doping agents and banned doping methods on the basis of the lists agreed by the relevant international sports organisations;
c. doping control procedures;
d. disciplinary procedures, applying agreed international principles of natural justice and ensuring respect for the fundamental rights of suspected sportsmen and sportswomen; these principles will include:
i. the reporting and disciplinary bodies to be distinct from one another;
ii. the right of such persons to a fair hearing and to be assisted or represented;
iii. clear and enforceable provisions for appealing against any judgment made;
e. procedures for the imposition of effective penalties for officials, doctors, veterinary doctors, coaches, physiotherapists and other officials or accessories associated with infringements of the anti-doping regulations by sportsmen and sportswomen;
f. procedures for the mutual recognition of suspensions and other penalties imposed by other sports organisations in the same or other countries.
3. Moreover, the Parties shall encourage their sports organisations:
a. to introduce, on an effective scale, doping controls not only at, but also without advance warning at any appropriate time outside, competitions, such controls to be conducted in a way which is equitable for all sportsmen and sportswomen and which include testing and retesting of persons selected, where appropriate, on a random basis;
b. to negotiate agreements with sports organisations of other countries permitting a sportsman or sportswoman training in another country to be tested by a duly authorised doping control team of that country;
c. to clarify and harmonise regulations on eligibility to take part in sports events which will include anti-doping criteria;
d. to promote active participation by sportsmen and sportswomen themselves in the anti-doping work of international sports organisations;
e. to make full and efficient use of the facilities available for doping analysis at the laboratories provided for by Article 5, both during and outside sports competitions;
f. to study scientific training methods and to devise guidelines to protect sportsmen and sportswomen of all ages appropriate for each sport.