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BASC- Request For Information

11/23/2019 4:48:19 PM

  Good afternoon, 
 
Please be advised that it is mandatory for organizations, federations and clubs to submit current information on international and national athletes. This should include names, DOB, gender, disciplines, events, athlete level, addresses and emails addresses submitted to The Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission. For ease of communication you can forward your lists to info@bahamasadc.org or to cthompson@bahamasadc.org.  It is asked that these be provided at your earliest convenience as Testing is ongoing. Organizations should be informed that Out-of-Competition Testing is done regularly within the designations of athlete’s whereabouts.  
 
Note: Athletes Compete within 3 Groups (Elite, Senior, Junior or Developing). 
 
Out-of-Competition Testing is done with no cost to the organization, federation or club but will make the information gathered accessible to the relevant parties. 
 
Thank you so much for your efforts as we look forward to hearing from your organization shortly

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