The anti-doping control programme during The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw has come to an end. In total, the Polish Anti-Doping Agency collected nearly 400 anti-doping samples in 11 days during 69 control missions. It was a complex and intense anti-doping control programme that requires two months in standard working conditions. In total, the anti-doping team consisted of: 3 coordinators, 27 doping control officers (including: 5 from Great Britain, one from Barbados, Belarus, Czech Republic, South Africa and Slovakia), 10 blood collecting DCOs and over 35 volunteers. Also during the competition four information and educational sessions were held in the outreach system.
We would like to thank the Wroclaw Organizing Committee and the International Association of the Olympic Games (IWGA) for great cooperation! Also, our thanks go to the volunteers who helped us in the implementation of anti-doping controls!