National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) urged athletes to submit their whereabouts every three months in advance on Wednesday.
NADA has also issued notices to athletes who failed to procure their whereabouts and if an athlete fails three such notices he or she can be suspended for up to 4 years under Anti-Doping Rule Violation.
“All athletes in NRTP of NADA are required to submit their whereabouts every 3 months in advance. Those who fail to do so have been issued notices. Three such notices amount to Anti-Doping Rule Violation for which an athlete can be suspended for up to 4 years,” read a statement from NADA.
Recently, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) delivered an interim suspension to Bahrain athlete Salwa Eid Naser who won a gold medal in the 400m race at the World Athletics Championships in Doha last year.
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