|（School of Law，Hunan University of Technology，Zhuzhou 412007，China)
Abstract: In May 2017, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) issued the International Standard for Compliance by Signatories (Draft), and planned to officially implement it in 2018; this international standard aims at reinforcing WADA to carry out powerful supervision and sanction on the circumstances of signatories complying with the World Anti-Doping Code. Coupled with literature and related cases, the author analyzed this document, pointed out problems therein and offered corresponding proposals according to China’s actual circumstances. The core content of this standard for compliance is that “WADA monitors signatories to implement compliance”. Although the draft had some problems: 1) WADA’s role orientation deviation affected standard implementation; 2) the definition of scope of compliance needed to be improved; 3) the content of taking the consequences hierarchically was imperfect; 4) the feasibility of the way of taking the consequences needed to be reconsidered, the issuance of the standard made up blanks in the practical operating procedure of code compliance, related agencies in China should value and make thorough preparations for welcoming WADA’s compliance examination and supervision.
Key words: sports law；international standard for compliance by signatories；world anti-doping code；world anti-doping system；compliance procedure