How does a Dopingkontrolle run?
1. Quantity as a check:
If the sportsman quantities becomes, he must acknowledge the receipt and the consent on the control form to the Dopingkontrolle with his signature. The check has to take place so rapidly as possible after the quantity. Up to the check the sportsman can be under supervision.
2. Message in the control station:
To the Dopingkontrolle the sportsman may carry a man of confidence forward. On the control station the identity of the sportsman is checked; for example by personal identification card, leader document of identification or testifying of a Begleitperson. On his desire the control person will explain the flow of the check to him. The waiting and controlled areas are separate. In the controlled area may if necessary be present beside the inspection personnel only in each case one sportsman with his man of confidence as well as defined representatives of the national or international sport federation and interpreter.
3. Selection of a urine cup:
In the controlled area the sportsman selects a packed, new urine cup.
4. Delivery of the urine:
A control person accompanies now the sportsman to the urine delivery; with sportlerinnen check urine, with sportsmen a tester. Since with the urine delivery the visual inspection is prescribed, the sportsman must free himself from the antinode bulge to the knees. Thus one wants to prevent urine manipulations. For the check at least 70 milliliter urine are needed.
5. Selection of the sample bottles:
Of the individually packed new bottles the sportsman selects freely one for the a-sample (with yellow number) and one for the b-sample (with blue number). Before opening the packing it is important to check whether the numbers on the bottles correspond with the numbers in the cover.
6. Distribute the urine:
The urine is distributed into the two bottles. First the urine up to the edge of the label, approx. 30 milliliter, into the bottle with the blue number is poured - this is the b-sample. The remainder, at least 40 milliliter, comes into the bottle with the yellow number - this is the a-sample. The sportsman may leave the bottles to themselves rackings or this the tester.
7. Lock the bottles:
The two bottles are locked now with the plugs and bolted with the cover. On the a-bottle with the yellow number that cover with the yellow point and the same number comes. On the b-bottle with the blue number that cover with the blue point and the same number comes. The cover is possible as so firmly to screw on. A ratterndes noise is to be heard.
8. Fill out the control form:
Now the control person enters further Angagen and the bottle numbers into the form. The laboratory receives only the bottle number of the a-sample, the date of the urine withdrawal, the kind of sport and the sex; the sportsman remains anonymous.
9. Specification of medicines:
It is meaningful to indicate and in the control form enter let with the Dopingkontrolle in the last 48 hours the possible taken medicines. This specification is however voluntary.
The sportsman checks now the form filled out by the tester for completeness and correctness. Possible objections are to be held on the form in writing. Sportsmen and tester will sign now the control form. With the two signatures it is acknowledged that the check was rule-conformal executed. If a man of confidence is present, then this must every now and then-write.
11. Termination of the check:
From the form the sportsman receives a copy. This is good to keep. It serves the check as proof for rule-conformal executing. The urine samples are now packed and transmitted to the analysis in the Dopinglabor.
12. Special cases:
It occurs that the necessary 70 milliliter urine can be produced not at one time. In this case the urine quantity already solved is poured into the a-bottle selected by the sportsman and locked with the blue plastic lid. Subsequently, the bottle is placed into a plastic bag and locked with a seal. The seal number is entered in the log. Plastic bag and bottle are only then opened if the sportsman can loosen again urine. Before the racking into flattening the different urine samples are mixed. The procedure of the normal Dopingkontrolle corresponds off here. Some international federations require the check of the urine density; with to thin urine a sample is required again.