Policy effective from 1 September 2015.
To ensure the safety of female contestants, all contestants aged 16 years and above will be required to submit a urine sample to the Medical Practitioner at the time of the weigh in for testing.
Pre contest medical examinations —
Each person intending to participate in a contest must, within 24 hours before the contest —
The medical practitioner whom a person attends under subsection (1) must do the following —
If a form given by a medical practitioner to the Commission's appointee under subsection (2) states a person should not participate in a proposed contest because of a persons' medical condition, the Commission appointee —
If the person, who holds the permit for a contest, or that person's agent, is informed under subsection (3), the permit holder must ensure that the person does not participate in that contest.
This policy applies to all registered female contestant over the age of 16 years.
A contestant, who returns a positive result, fails to or refuses to provide a sample will not be allowed to compete and will be withdrawn from the fight card immediately.
At the time of the weigh in the Commission will:
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