On May 13, at Thuy Nguyen Boat Racing Center (Hai Phong) Organizing Committee SEA Games 31 organized anti-doping propaganda activities at the congress.
Doping is a problem of many major sports events in the world world and to SEA Games 31 becoming a clean and noble playground, the Vietnam Organizing Committee took the slogan “Say no! To doping” as propaganda topic.
An athlete of the team Vietnam boat racing “During the training process, we have always been thoroughly grasped in the spirit of saying no to banned substances. We strive for achievements with our true abilities, not medals at all costs. We are provided with a list of banned substances of the World Anti-Doping Organization (WADA) regularly updated to be conscious in the use of drugs, food, etc.
Say no to doping, for a congress sport honest
Anti-doping propaganda is very effective. Vietnamese and international athletes better understand the harmful effects of banned substances. The detection of doping through testing of blood or urine samples of athletes. We will be subject to the following rules: No use or intentional use of prohibited substances or methods.
Do not refuse or evade or miss the provision of a specimen. Do not fail to declare records of whereabouts and places of practice. Do not tamper with or intentionally tamper with any phase of the doping sampling process. Do not possess prohibited substances or methods without good cause. Do not trade or knowingly trade in banned substances or methods. The Coach, doctor It is not allowed for athletes to use or knowingly allow athletes to use banned substances or prohibited methods”.
Forms of propaganda about doping
Dr. Nguyen Van Phu, Deputy Head of Health and Anti-Doping Subcommittee of the 31st SEA Games said, the inspection work doping in SEA Games 31 objectivity and rigor are guaranteed. Organizers will take about 1,100 blood and urine samples for testing. The number of samples may be increased depending on the time of the event.
Ever team must carry out doping sampling with a certain number of athletes. Test samples will be sent abroad or at qualified laboratories of WADA in Vietnam to inspect to ensure impartiality and objectivity. All doping testing at SEA Games 31 is supervised by the Southeast Asian Sports Federation, the Organizing Committee and representatives of regional sports delegations.
Closely related to doping testing is the issue of sports teams being able to carry therapeutic drugs Covid-19 to Vietnam at the 31st SEA Games. Host Vietnam allows countries to bring Covid-19 drugs, but the drugs are registered under the category of temporary import for re-export and are only used internally, not for other purposes. other destination. Delegations attending the 31st SEA Games must be responsible for the amount of medicine they bring.