Motorcycling Australia has updated its Anti-Doping Policy following the establishment of Sport Integrity Australia which has replaced the Australian Sports Anti-doping Authority as the National Anti-Doping Organisation, the following changes are now in effect:
- Replacing the words Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) with Sport Integrity Australia (SIA);
- Replacing CAS with the National Sports Tribunal (NST) as the first-instance hearing body for all athletes and appeals for ‘non-international level’ athletes;
- Amending the definition of ‘National Level Athlete’ to introduce the Lower-Level Athlete category to allow greater flexibility in dealing with and sanctioning athletes below International or National level; and
- Removing the Anti-Doping Rule Violation Panel.
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The Motorcycling Australia Anti-Doping Policy can be found on the MA web site here