Introduction; 1. The development of principles relating to anti-doping regimes: the role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport; 2. Overview of the Code and the World Anti-Doping Program; 3. The international standards in more detail; 4. The nature of the Code and its interpretation and application; 5. Articles 1 and 2 of the Code: anti-doping rule violations under the Code; 6. Article 3 of the Code: the proof of anti-doping rule violations under the Code; 7. Responsibility for testing and investigations, results management and hearings; 8. Sanctions for anti-doping rule violations: Articles 9 and 10 of the Code; 9. Article 13: appeals under the Code; 10. Challenges to the Code in the Courts; 11. The way ahead: the 2007 amendments to the Code.
Paul David examines the interpretation and application of the World Anti-Doping Code.
Paul David is an independent barrister practising in New Zealand. He is counsel to Drug-Free Sport NZ, the national anti-doping organisation, and has represented many athletes and sporting organisations.
"The book includes...most procedural flowcharts; a table of 100-plus cases revealing how the rules have been applied; and detailed footnotes with cross-references and Web site addresses...Recommended." --Choice