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IRB Keep Rugby Clean
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IRB Keep Rugby Clean
The IRB’s Anti-Doping Web site

The International Rugby Board’s interactive Anti-Doping website aims to educate and inform the global Rugby family on Anti-Doping procedure and best-practice.

Available in three languages, the site can be found at:

and features all the latest Anti-doping information and news, video and interactive elements as well as testimonies from Keep Rugby Clean ambassadors, including IRB Player of the Year 2007 Bryan Habana and Argentina international Felipe Contepomi.

The website is in a user-friendly format and provides a valuable resource for athletes, administrators, physicians as well as the general public and also includes information on the IRB's Anti-Doping Regulations.

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