|07-12-2011, 10:51 PM||#11|
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Even if your grandma or grandaddy conducted the tests on Manny and Floyd in the USA, they'd have to have the authority of USADA to do so.
Q: Whom does USADA test?
A: USADA has authority to test:
any athlete who is a member of a National Governing Body (NGB)
any athlete participating at a competition sanctioned by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) or a NGB any international athlete who is present in the United States any other athlete who has given his/her consent to testing by USADA or who has submitted a Whereabouts Filing to USADA or an International Federation (IF) within the previous 12 months and has not given his/her NGB or USADA written notice of retirement any athlete who has been named by the USOC or a NGB to an international team or who is included in the USADA Registered Testing Pool or is competing in a qualifying event to represent the USOC or NGB in international competition any United States athlete or international athlete present in the United States who is serving a period of ineligibility on account of an anti-doping rules violation and who has not given prior notice of retirement from all sanctioned competitions to the applicable NGB and USADA, or the applicable foreign anti-doping agency or foreign sports association USADA does testing for International Federations (IFs), other National Anti-Doping Organizations (NADOs) and the World Anti-Doping Agency. Generally, USADA does not test at the Olympic Games. The Local Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games and WADA oversee testing at the Games.
So who conducted the testing for Floyd and Shane for their fight?
|07-12-2011, 11:00 PM||#12|
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