18 May 2024

ITA sanctions Indian boxer Parveen Hooda with a 22-month period of ineligibility for three whereabouts failures

The International Testing Agency (ITA) reports that the Indian boxer Parveen Hooda has been sanctioned with a 22-month period of ineligibility for a combination of three whereabouts failures within a twelve-month period.

1: Athletes included in a Registered Testing Pool (RTP), such as Parveen Hooda, have the obligations to provide daily whereabouts as well as a specific daily 60-minute time slot where they will be available for testing. The purpose is to allow anti-doping organisations to locate athletes for unannounced out-of-competition testing. Any combination of three missed tests (which relate to the athlete’s unavailability with respect to their 60-minute time slot) and/or filing failures (which are caused by the athletes’ failure to provide accurate whereabouts) committed within a twelve-month period amount to a potential anti-doping rule violation (ADRV) as per article 2.4 of the IBA ADR and the World Anti-Doping Code. The potential consequences for such an ADRV is a period of Ineligibility between one and two years and the disqualification of results.


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