China Anti-Doping Center Bulletin: The number of overseas inspections increased by 115% in the first quarter

China Anti-Doping Center Bulletin: The number of overseas inspections increased by 115% in the first quarter
The China Anti-Doping Center today announced the inspections in the first quarter, including 2,449 domestic inspections.Affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, the China Anti-Doping Center commissioned overseas organizations to conduct 657 cases of Chinese players, an increase of 115% compared to 2019.Affected by the epidemic situation, the China Anti-Doping Center formulated the “Doping Control Work Plan during Epidemic Prevention and Control” and “Guide to Doping Inspection Work during the Epidemic Situation”, and established the “Doping Control Work Team for Epidemic Prevention”Under strict anti-epidemic measures, there was no case of infection of athletes or inspectors due to inspection reasons in the first quarter.The China Anti-Doping Center stated in the bulletin that the epidemic was overcoming difficulties and continued to effectively carry out strict inspections against athletes preparing for the Tokyo Olympics national team.In the first quarter of 2020, the China Anti-Doping Center completed a total of 2,449 inspections, including 1,928 inspections by the State Sports General Administration and 521 inspections commissioned.Among them, the State Administration of Sports inspection conducted 1,524 cases of athletes preparing for Tokyo, accounting for 80% of the total number of inspections by the General Administration in the first quarter.In addition, since the outbreak of the domestic epidemic, the China Anti-Doping Center has actively adjusted the inspection plan in response to the increase in athletes participating in overseas competitions and training.It helps to increase overseas inspections in a timely manner.During this period, overseas anti-doping organizations were commissioned in 21 countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Thailand, South Africa, South Africa and Kenya, and national teams for 22 events such as track and field, cycling, rowing, badminton, gymnastics and golf.Athletes carried out inspections in 499 cases.As of March 31, the number of overseas inspections in the first quarter of 2020 reached 657 cases, and the number gradually increased by 115% in 2019.At the same time, with the support of the Department of Science and Education of the General Administration of Sport, the Medical Hospital, and the Beijing national team training bases, a total of 9 part-time inspectors were sent to the base forA total of 409 cases were inspected by athletes from 17 national training teams.Sauna, Ye Wang Sun Haiguang Editor Wang Xihuang Proofreading Li Xiangling