Anti doping course to be held in Tokyo in February

The Japanese Deaf Cyclist Association plans to hold the anti doping course in Tokyo on February 11, 2011.

Lecturers will be HAYASE Kumi, a Deaf certified pharmacist, and SUZUKI Yuka, a member of national Deaf basket team. They have been certified in 2009 as a "sports pharmacist", an expert on the anti doping.

Major Deaf sports events are planned a few years ahead; the Winter Deaflympics in 2011, world championships, Athens Deaflympics in 2013.

Deaf athletes are encouraged to attend the course and get the knowledge related to the anti doping so that they will not be caught to the doping inspection, and to make the best use of for health management, etc.

Registration fee: 500 yen

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