AIBA International Registered Testing Pool (IRTP)

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The purpose of the AIBA Registered Testing Pool is to identify the top-level International Athletes who the AIBA requires to provide whereabouts information to facilitate Out-of-Competition Testing by AIBA and other Anti-Doping Organizations with jurisdiction over the Athletes. 

  • AIBA International RTP 2014 - Criteria
  • Gold Medalist of each weight category in AIBA Men World Boxing Championship Almaty 2013
  • Gold medalist of each women weight category in AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championship Qinhuangdao 2012
  • Top 2 world ranked boxers on November 1st, 2013 in each weight category Men and Women
  • Top ranked APB boxers
  • Top WSB Boxer of each team on an pound-to-pound ranking for season 2012-2013
  • Boxers holding an Olympic Scholarship
  • Boxers who had retired and who intend to return to competition

Official AIBA RTP (Women)
Official AIBA RTP (Men)

AIBA reserves the right to add and modify the AIBA RTP 2014 list as it deems necessary without notice.

Responsibilities and duties of the athletes on the AIBA IRTP

Excerpts of the AIBA Anti-Doping Rules 2013

5.5 Athlete Whereabouts Requirements
5.5.1 AIBA has a Registered Testing Pool of those Athletes who are required to comply with the whereabouts requirements of the International Standard for Testing, and shall publish the criteria for Athletes to be included in this Registered Testing Pool as well as a list of the Athletes meeting those criteria for the period in question.  AIBA shall review and update as necessary its criteria for including Athletes in its Registered Testing Pool, and shall revise the membership of its Registered Testing Pool from time to time as appropriate in accordance with the set criteria.  Each Athlete in the Registered Testing Pool.

a) shall file quarterly reports with AIBA on forms provided by AIBA which specify on a daily basis the locations and times where the Athlete will be residing training, and competing. advise AIBA of his/her whereabouts on a quarterly basis, in the manner set out in Article 11.3 of the International Standard for Testing;
b) Athletes shall update that information as necessary so that it is current at all times, in accordance with Article 11.4.2 of the International Standard for Testing, so that it remains accurate and complete at all times; and
c) shall make him/herself available for Testing at such whereabouts, in accordance with Article 11.4 of the International Standard for Testing.  The ultimate responsibility for providing whereabouts information rests with each Athlete, however, it shall be the responsibility of each National Federation to use its best efforts to assist AIBA in obtaining whereabouts information as requested by AIBA.


5.5.1.1 Members of the AIBA Registered Testing Pool are:
- In the Olympic Qualification Period, every Athlete who has obtained a quota place for his country, independently if he will be participating in the Olympic Games
- The senior medal winners of the latest World Cup, World & Continental Championships
- The senior medal winners of the Previous Olympic Games
- The AIBA Medical Commission can include any other Athlete, member of a National team, in the Registered Testing Pool by written notice to the
- National Federation and the Athlete concerned.
- If a Athlete no longer fulfils any of the above criteria, he will remain in the Registered Testing Pool until the end of the Calendar year.
- The list of Athletes in the Registered Testing Pool shall be available on the AIBA Website.

5.5.2 Any Athlete’s failure to advise AIBA of his/her whereabouts shall be deemed a Filing Failure for purposes of Article 2.4 where the conditions of Article 11.3.5 of the International Standard for Testing are met. 

5.5.3 Any Athlete’s failure to be available for Testing at his/her declared whereabouts shall be deemed a Missed Test for purposes of Article 2.4 where the conditions of Article 11.4.3 of the International Standard for Testing are met. 

5.5.4 Each National Federation shall also assist its National Anti-Doping Organization in establishing a national level Registered Testing Pool of top level national Athletes to whom the whereabouts requirements of the International Standard for Testing shall also apply.  Where those Athletes are also in the AIBA’s Registered Testing Pool, the AIBA and the National Anti-Doping Organization will agree (with the assistance of WADA if required) on which of them will take responsibility for receiving whereabouts filings from the Athlete and sharing it with the other (and with other Anti-Doping Organizations) in accordance with Article 5.5.5.

5.5.5 Whereabouts information provided pursuant to Articles 5.5.1 and 5.5.4 shall be shared with WADA and other Anti-Doping Organizations having jurisdiction to test an Athlete in accordance with Articles 11.7.1(d) and 11.7.3(d) of the International Standard for Testing, including the strict condition that it be used only for Doping Control purposes.