Administration or Use of Drugs
(3)The Commission may conduct testing at any time during the period of licensure for a professional or amateur unarmed combat sports competitor licensed by the Commission to ensure compliance with subdivision (1).
(4)The Commission may collect blood and urine specimens from a professional or amateur unarmed combat sports competitor licensed by the superintendent to detect the presence of any prohibited substances. Collection of specimens shall be done in the presence of an authorized representative of the superintendent.
(5)An unarmed combat sports competitor licensed by the superintendent, for which the presence of a prohibited substance is detected through testing by the commission, shall be in violation of this section and subject to penalties described in OAR 230-110-0080.
(6)Refusal to submit to any test for prohibited substances at the time such test is ordered shall be equivalent to a positive test for the presence of a prohibited substance and the professional or amateur unarmed combat sports competitor shall be subject to the penalties described in OAR 230-110-0080.
(7)All positive test results for prohibited substances ordered or required by the Commission or an authorized representative of the superintendent shall be at the expense of the unarmed combat sports competitor. The competitor will be invoiced the cost of the testing kit. All outstanding invoices must be paid prior to being authorized to compete in future bouts.
(8)All licenses granted or reinstated under circumstances where test results at one time indicated the presence of prohibited substances may contain conditions calling for further testing on a scheduled or random basis as ordered by the Administrator.
(9)If the winner of an unarmed combat sports bout is found to have used a prohibited substance, the competition shall be declared “no contest.”
Rule 230-020-0450 — Administration or Use of Drugs,