03 March 2005

international doping database

Anti-doping body creates international database@ITbusiness.ca

A Canadian team is setting up a Web-based database tool that will help athletes from around the globe comply with the World Anti-Doping Code.

Selected stakeholders will be able to access the Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS) starting in mid-May of this year, before
it is available to some 400 organizations by 2006. ADAMS will facilitate the collection and sharing of athletes’ whereabouts information, provide a clearinghouse for anti-doping information and a database to coordinate and plan drug testing.

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