The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee has made a decision to delegate the anti-doping issues of the 31st Rio Olympics to a new, independent body.
The Anti-doping Division will become a part of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and will handle the process of making testing and decisions on anti-doping violations. After the Olympics the Anti-doping Division will revise the results to get a more accurate picture.
The creation of the new division is aimed at making the anti-doping testing independent of sports organizations.
The Rio Olympic Games will be held from August 5 to 21.
ANOC press office
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