FIS.C.5.7 Freestyle Skiing Random Selection

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Testing on the top '''4 Athletes''' takes place following the conclusion of the competition. Testing on the top '''4 Athletes''' takes place following the conclusion of the competition.
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FIS.C.5.7 Freestyle Skiing

'FIS.C.5.7.1 Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials and HalfPipe'

Randomly-selected Athletes are selected using the starting numbers (bibs) from the start list of the final rounds or runs, before the start of the final.

The bib number of the finalists are randomly chosen. For randomly-selected Athletes testing may be conducted once it is apparent they are not in the top 4 positions in the competition. Testing on the top 4 Athletes takes place following the conclusion of the competition.

FIS.C.5.7.2 Ski Cross

Randomly-selected Athletes are selected from the Finals starting field using the starting numbers (bibs). If a randomly-selected Athlete qualifies for the future rounds, quarter-finals, semi-finals or finals then the Athlete will be notified to the Doping Control only after the athlete has concluded the competition.

Testing on the top 4 Athletes takes place following the conclusion of the competition.


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