Sport Ireland Act 2015
Anti-doping and Irish Anti-Doping Rules
42. (1) Having had regard to the relevant purpose, Sport Ireland—
(a) shall implement such measures as it considers appropriate for the delivery of a comprehensive, co-ordinated and effective response to doping in sport, and
(b) may provide services relating to anti-doping, including services relating to testing and education, to organisations that are code-compliant with the code mentioned in section 41(a) , as it considers appropriate.
(2) Sport Ireland shall, having had regard to the relevant purpose, make the Irish Anti-Doping Rules which shall include, amongst other things, rules and arrangements relating to the following:
(a) application of rules;
(b) violations of rules;
(c) prohibited substances and methods;
(d) therapeutic use of substances and methods;
(e) testing of sportspersons;
(f) intelligence relating to doping in sport;
(h) disciplinary procedures;
(j) implementation, reporting and publication of decisions.
(3) Sport Ireland may amend the Irish Anti-Doping Rules.
(4) F3 [ Subject to compliance with the Data Protection Regulation and the Act of 2018, Sport Ireland shall ], for the relevant purpose, provide information to, and obtain information from, including personal data, the following:
(a) the Health Products Regulatory Authority;
(b) the Garda Síochána;
(c) the Revenue Commissioners;
(d) other anti-doping organisations that are code-compliant with the code mentioned in section 41(a) ;
(e) any other public body, considered necessary by the Minister having had regard to the relevant purpose, that may be approved by the Minister.
Substituted (25.05.2018) by Data Protection Act 2018 (7/2018), s. 229(b), S.I. No. 174 of 2018.