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Athletes Rights & AdvocacyDrug Testing IssuesLegal NewsSport GovernanceChina to make doping a criminal offence and warns athletes who test positive could be sent to prison

December 30, 2018

China is set to make doping a criminal offence, with any athletes found to have broken the law handed jail terms and “criminal punishments”, it has been reported.  According to China’s official state news agency Xinhua, the country will make doping criminal in 2019, with the Sports Ministry and judiciary currently creating a draft proposal.  From insidethegames.biz

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