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SBD Global/June 27, 2014/Leagues and Governing Bodies
ASADA Grants 34 AFL Essendon Players Extra Time To Respond To Doping Claims
Published June 27, 2014
- Annual blood testing and "general physical examinations for every former and current Essendon footballer involved" in the '11-12 supplements program.
- Testing to start at the end of this AFL season and "continue for a minimum of five years."
- The involvement of a "similar-sized 'control' group."
- The appointment of a "steering committee, comprising independent experts plus representatives of the AFL, AFLPA and Essendon, to determine what participants should be monitored for and for how long" (SMH, 6/26).