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Unformatted text preview: ve privilege, not right Bd. of Educ. Indp. Sch. Dist. v. Earls All extra­curricular students had to submit urine sample minimally intrusive and school’s interest outweigh privacy NCAA Regulation NCAA Regulation Intercollegiate student­athletes must sing a consent form in order to play college sports under the NCAA’s policies Comprehensively test for illegal street drugs and performance enhancing drugs. Participation is a privilege, not a right, so must sign the consent form to participate NCAA Policies No complete list of banned drugs bc of continuous introduction of new and improved drugs Any substance that is chemically related ot the class of banned drugs is also banned NCAA Regulations NCAA Regulations If serving a drug­testing suspension from a national or international sports governing body, student­athlete shall not participate in NCAA intercollegiate competition for the duration of the suspension. Olumpic – caliber athletes Hill v. NCAA Drug testing program did further the NCAA’s legitimate interest in maintaining the integrity of the athletic program. Student­athlete’s expectation of privacy was diminished and that monitoring of urine promoted its legitimate interest of sound competition. The Olympic Movement The Olympic Movement Sets standard for both in competition drug testing and out­of­competition drug testing All Olympic sports federations have adopted WADC Prohibited List updated Oct. 1st; effective Jan. 1st Biological Passport Electronic marker or record for an individual athlete in which results of doping tests are collected over a period of time Do...
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