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Anti-Doping is a lofty and holy mission. China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA) resolutely sticks to the principle of “Seriously banning, strictly examining and severely punishing” of doping, and is willing to safeguard the purity and dignity of sports by unwavering position, sharp eyesight, serious attitude, scientific method and just procedure.
CHINADA was founded in 2007, is the national Anti-Doping Organization of China. The Testing Division and the Analytical Laboratory of the State Research Institute of Sport Medicine, State General Administration of Sport of China founded in 1987 was its predecessor.
Main mission of CHINADA: to participate in the research and formulation of development plans and rules, as well as relevant procedures and standard of national anti-doping; to participate in the preparation of anti-doping categories; to organize and carry out doping test and analysis, as well as result management; to organize and conduct investigations and hearings over anti-doping rule violation cases; to conduct doping test for food and drugs; to carry out anti-doping education, training, scientific research, consulting, international exchange and other activities; to supervise the anti-doping work carried out by sport organizations at all levels and of all kinds; and to be responsible for the construction and management of  doping test laboratories and to support their independent analytical work in line with related national and international standards.
CHINADA has 7 departments including the Administrative Office, the Business Division, the Education Management Division, the Planning Division, the Testing Division, the National Anti-doping Laboratory and the Food and Drug Doping Analysis Laboratory, with 60 regular employees.   
CHINADA undertakes doping tests and analysis planned by the state and those entrusted by national and international sport Federations, with the annual test and analysis number of about 15,000. At present, the Anti-Doping Laboratory of CHINADA has maintained its accreditation by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and IOC and is at a leading position in the world. CHINADA adheres to the concept of giving prevention priority and taking education as the foundation, implements the Anti-Doping Education Access Control System, carries out anti-doping outreach program and other activities, and gradually forms its own characteristics; actively propels the construction of anti-doping regulation system, endeavors to enhance related scientific research, explore the characteristics and law of Chinese anti-doping work, promotes the rectification of anti-doping environment and widely carries out related international exchanges and cooperation, greatly improving CHINADA’s competence and international status. Since its foundation, CHINADA has successfully completed the anti-doping work for Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, all the National Games of China, Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games and other national and international major sports events. Among these endeavors, CHINADA’s achievements of its excellent anti-doping work in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games were awarded by the CPC Central Committee and the State Council. WADA has a high opinion on CHINADA’s efforts and contribution to anti-doping work, and reputed China the “Model of the World” in terms of anti-doping.



CHINADA completed the anti-doping work for the 2nd Youth Olympic Games.


There was no positive case happened during the finals of the National Games held in Liaoning, China. CHINADA hosted the WADA 4th Gene and Cell Symposium in Shanghai.


CHINADA hosted the Asian Anti-Doping Education Symposium in Shanghai, which was the first of its kind held by CHINADA.


CHINADA was awarded the Sport and Anti-Doping Award by IOC.


CHINADA completed successfully the anti-doping work for the 29th Olympic Games, and its work was internationally recognized. CHINADA was also awarded for its contribution to the Games by the State Council.


In Nov. 2007, China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA) under the General Administration of Sport of China was formally founded upon the approval of State Commission Office for Public Sector Reform.


In Aug. 2006 the Chinese Government signed the International Convention against Doping in Sport of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).


In Jan. 2004, the State Council of China promulgated the No. 398 Decree the Regulation of the PRC on Anti-Doping.


The Chinese government signed The Copenhagen Declaration in Mar. 2003, signed and started to execute the World Anti-Doping Code in 2003.


In Dec. 1998, General Administration of Sport of China promulgated No.1 Decree (Interim) the Regulations on Strict Prohibition of Doping in Sports (Provisional).


In March 1995, the Sport Committee of China (sport Ministry of the country) formulated the Provisional Regulations against Doping in Sport.


In July 1992, Chinese Olympic Committee Anti-doping Commission was founded.


In 1990, China launched its national doping control program and completed the anti-doping work for the 11th Asian Games successfully.


National Anti-doping Laboratory passed the IOC qualification examination on doping control and obtained the accreditation.


In May 1989, National Sports Commission put forward the “Three-S” principle of “Seriously banning, strictly examining and severely punishing” of doping and promulgated the “Provisional Regulations on Doping Control in National Sports Events”. In December 1989, the Doping Analytical Laboratory passed the accreditation test by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).


In 1987, the National Research Institute of Sport Medicine was founded by the Sport Ministry and State Science Committee, with an analytical laboratory under it.