UncategorisedAl Haddad to attend GCC Anti-Doping Organization meeting

September 11, 20190

Bahrain Olympic Committee’s Anti-Doping Committee chairman Dr Hussain Al Haddad left for Dubai to attend the Gulf States & Yemen Regional Anti-Doping Organisation board meeting taking place today.
The meeting, to be chaired by Dr Sultan Al Busaidi of Oman, is part of a three-day summit which also features a workshop.
Leading the meeting agenda topics is reviewing latest developments related to the changes made on the World Anti-Doping Code, issued by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
These amendments, which were approved during the most recent meeting in South Africa, will  be officially implemented from January 2015 and for four years to come.
The meeting will also highlight the sanctions and the confidentiality of information related to the underage, and reviewed the activities carried out by all the committees in the field of anti-doping.
Dr Al Haddad will also be attending the workshop to be held on the sidelines of the meeting. This workshop, supervised by WADA, will focus on the Results Management as well as the global code amendments.
Dr Al Haddad said attending this meeting is a perfect opportunity to introduce the efforts undertaken by the Bahrain Olympic Committee to the agency members in order to fight doping.
He will also brief them on the programmes organised by the committee to educate the community of doping dangers, hoping that the meeting will bring out decisions that contribute to unite efforts in combating doping in the GCC countries and in the Republic of Yemen.

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