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Tournament Chaperones Why a Chaperone sometimes known as steward attendant escort To verify that antidoping regulations have been followed To improve the quality of the Doping Control process ID: 530832 Download Presentation


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Why a Chaperone ?

( sometimes known as steward, attendant, escort )

To verify that anti-doping regulations have been followed

To improve the quality of the Doping Control process

As a convenience for the athlete

… an important and responsible role – so chaperones must be at least 18 years oldSlide3

Procedure for dope testing

A draw is made at half-time by the



Manager and/or FIH Medical Officer to

identify athletes to be tested

An athlete Notification for Dope Testing form will be filled out and the DCO and/or the FIH MO/FIH Sport Manager or the Chaperone will present this form to the team manager, who will support and assist with the timely notification of the athleteSlide4


the athlete has completed the competition, he/she will sign and date the Notification

Form and keep a copy.

The original will be kept by the


Following this the athlete must stay in view of the Chaperone until reporting to the Doping Control Station. The athlete is required to report immediately to the Doping Control Station, unless there is a valid reason for delay, as specified in accordance with article 5.8.8 of the FIH Anti-Doping Rules

The athlete is entitled to be accompanied to the Doping Control Station by a representative from his/her NA, or an interpreter, if required.Slide5

The athlete must show a valid identification document at the Doping Control Station, where he/she will provide information on the Doping Control Form.

Sample collection will proceed in accordance with articles 5.9.2 – 5.9.11 of the FIH Anti-Doping Rules.

The teams will be informed about this procedure during the Medical Briefing.Slide6

Example of




Role of the Chaperone 1

When requested, be

at the pitch-side with the

Notification Form

at least 10 minutes before the end of the match

Present the form to the team manager, who will assist with notification of the athlete

Confirm player’s identity and have notification signed

Stay close to the player at all times and follow him/her everywhere

Escort the player to the Doping Control Station

Wait in the Doping Control Station while the player is having the test until the DCO tells you everything is complete and you are dismissed

If not complete, accompany the player again until he/she is ready to produce another sampleSlide8

Role of the Chaperone 2

Be courteous at all times

The player is entitled to confidentiality about being identified for testing

If there are any doubts about the process, contact the FIH Sport Manager or the DCO – but do not leave the player to do so Slide9

The player is


allowed to

Go to the toilet

Take a shower

Have an ice-bath

( this is to ensure that the first urine after notification is tested )Slide10

The player


allowed to

Go anywhere

Eat and drink anything he/she wants – but avoid excessive re-hydration

Obtain medical treatment or warm down

Change their clothes

Participate in ceremonies or interviews

Obtain necessary identification or locate an interpreter/representativeSlide11

The chaperone is


allowed to

To give or advise the player on food or drinks

To give medication or treatment even if the player asks for itSlide12

Technical Officials Seminar

Utrecht 15 – 17 July 2011

Chaperonning at the Olympics

Case reportSlide13

Final action

DCO, FIH Sport Manager and chaperones should exchange names and telephone-numbers in case you have to consult each other

Thank you and good luck

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