ARU Anti Doping Code

 

The ARU condemns the use of performance enhancing substances in Rugby Football as both dangerous to health and contrary to the ethics of sport, and prohibits the taking or use of drugs or stimulants or involvement in other doping methods prohibited by World Anti Doping Code. Refusal to provide a sample for testing also incurs sanctions. A copy of the ARU's Anti-Doping By-Laws is available on the ARU's website. In completing a registration for The Hall Rugby Club you agree to observe the ARU's Anti-Doping By-Laws, to provide samples for testing wherever requested by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority or the ARU (both in and out of season), and to observe the protocols for taking and verifying samples and for providing whereabouts notifications. You also agree to the publication of the results of any sample tested and of any findings of fact by an ARU judicial committee or Board and its decision whether or not to impose a sanction and release the ARU and the members of the judicial committee and Board from liability as a result of, and waive all claims you may have as a result of or in relation to, the publication of their findings of fact and decisions as to sanctions.

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Hall Rugby is a very close-knit club. A great part our success over recent years is due to the Great Spirit that the club has created amongst its members.

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