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30 September 2016

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has just released the 2017 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods; along with the 2017 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes. The 2017 List - which designates what substances and methods are prohibited both in- and out-of-competition, and which substances are banned in particular sports - will comes into force on 1 January 2017.
Click here to read more about WADA's Prohibited List.

6 June 2016

The fight against doping is a top priority for the IOC, which has established a zero-tolerance policy. Please read the IOC Executive Board's statement of 1 June 2016 for  an update on the IOC's anti-doping programme for Rio, including the pre-Olympic testing programme and the sample re-testing programme.
 

28 April 2016

The IOC's anti-doping rules for the Rio Olympic Games have just been amended in accordance with the decision taken by the IOC Executive Board in March 2016 to make doping results management and sanctioning at the Olympic Games more independent. 
 
Read more on the Clean Sport - Rio 2016 page.
 

28 September 2015

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published a global list of Athlete Support Personnel who are currently suspended from working with Athletes or other Persons under the 2015 World Anti-Doping Code's new, ‘Prohibited Association’ (Article 2.10) rule.

Under the Prohibited Association rule (which is reflected in article 2.10 of the FEI's Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA)) , Athletes and other Persons are prohibited from working with Athlete Support Personnel that are currently sanctioned, or have been sanctioned within the previous six years, for an anti-doping rule violation. For an Athlete or other Person to be found in violation of the Prohibited Association rule, they must have previously been advised in writing of the Person’s ‘disqualifying status’ by the applicable ADO (Anti-Doping Organisation) or by WADA. 

The Prohibited Association List, which has been created based on case decisions and information provided by ADOs, currently illustrates that 114 Athlete Support Personnel worldwide are disqualified from working with Athletes or other Persons pursuant to Article 2.10 of the Code.
 

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