The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has issued a letter to Dr. Meechai Inwood, director of the Sports Doping Control Office. Stationed Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) that has removed Thailand from the list of non-compliance countries with immediate effect.
“Recently, WADA has a letter dated February 2, 2022 stating that, according to WADA’s Executive Board announced on October 7, 2021 that the Doping Control Agency of Thailand (DCAT) does not comply with the WADA Code.” Dr. Kongsak Yodmanee Governor of the Sports Authority of Thailand, said.
“DCAT has now taken all the necessary steps to comply, namely amending the law to be in line with the WADA Code. By the recommendation of the WADA Compliance Review Board on January 11, 2022.”
“WADA’s Board of Directors decided by circular voting. Which ended on February 2, 2022 and decided that DCAT has been removed from the list of non-compliance with WADA rules with immediate effect. This is great news for the sports industry in Thailand.”
and from the release of such ban resulting in the Thailand flag can appear at the stadium of all international sporting events with Thai athletes participating as usual.
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