JADCO to improve accuracy of testing process for athletes

In response to criticism about outdated procedures, the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) says they have made great strides, improving the frequency and accuracy of its testing process for athletes.

Since 2008, 12 Jamaicans have tested positive for substances, and have served bans or have been cleared completely.

JADCO, which came under fire for its approach to drug testing in 2013, conducted 347 tests last year. The adverse analytical findings in this report are not subjected to athletics alone, but also cover Olympic and non-Olympic sports and must not be confused with adjudicated or sanctioned Anti-Doping Rule Violations.

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