Sportradar launches remote anti-doping testing system

By | July 15, 2021
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Sportradar launched a fast, flexible and secure solution to support the clean sport movement. Their new Remote Testing System will enable anti-doping organizations to collect doping control samples remotely – benefitting both athletes and sporting bodies as they navigate logistical issues with executing an Olympics during a pandemic.

A few key points to note:

  • The Remote Testing System is designed to complement physical testing, while being less invasive than traditional urine testing for athletes.
  • The system is built upon blockchain technology, multi-factor authentication and a server cluster to store data securely.
  • The process includes an app-facilitated video recording of athletes conducting each of the tests and securing the samples to be submitted for analysis.
  • Innovative aspects such as a Dried Blood Spot and Exhaled Breath analysis will extend the range of testing.
  • Significant cost savings from handling testing remotely will provide a much-needed option for the traditionally under-funded anti-doping industry.

A video explaining the system can be found here.

Sportradar is also hosting a “Digitalization and Data in Anti-Doping” webinar event tomorrow, and you are welcome to attend by registering here.

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