New world anti-doping code was one of the main issues on the agenda, president of Uci, Brian Cookson, was also present.
Committed to the fight against doping, the Brazilian Cycling Confederation (CBC) participated in the “Tracking Doping in Sport”, an event held from March 18 to 19 in London. The entity was represented by the Legal Advisor and member of the Anti-Doping Commission CBC, Paulo Marcos Schmitt, in addition to the President of the Anti-Doping Commission CBC, Dr. Eduardo De Rose, and the member of the Disciplinary Commission of the UCI and the Anti-Doping Commission CBC, Luciano Hostins.
The tracking doping in sport event takes place every year in London and has as its main goal to bring together sports entities that are committed to doping control. In this edition, the highlight was the presentation of the new World Anti-Doping Code, which served to establish the perspectives of its application and the difficulties that its implementation will imply.
“The main aspect of the event has been the strengthening of the scientific instruments of detection of doping with emphasis on the Biological Passport, as well as the work of investigation and management of results”, stated Luciano Hostins.
At the end of the event, the President of the International Cycling Union (UCI), Brian Cookson, explained about the investigations implemented in doping cases that involved the world’s top cycling organization and highlighted the commitment of the current management in the fight against doping at all levels.