The WADA 2020 list of prohibited substance and methods (the prohibited list) is to come into force on 1 January 2020. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published this 2020 List; along with, the 2020 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes. The List, which is one of five International Standards that are mandatory for all Signatories of the World Anti-Doping Code (Code), designates what substances and methods are prohibited both in- and out-of-competition and …
[lead]WADA 2016 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods is now available[/lead] Onn 16 September 2015, the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Executive Committee approved the 2016 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods, which is now available on WADA’s website in English. The List will come into force on 1 January 2016. Languages and Formats: The 2016 Prohibited List, the Summary of Modifications, and the Monitoring Program are available for download on WADA’s website in English.
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The WFDF Anti-Doping Program at the 2014 World Championships in Lecco, Italy, involving all age categories from Under-19 to Master’s, turned out to be a “tremendous success,” per WFDF President Robert L. “Nob” Rauch as he commented on the program held in conjunction with the WFDF World Junior Ultimate Championships (WJUC) and the WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships.
WADA Standards The WADA International Standards can be found here. These include the following Standards: Prohibited List, Testing, Therapeutic Use Exemptions, Laboratories, Protection of Privacy and Personal information.
At the 2011 WFDF Congress held in Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy, WFDF voted to adopt the first new version of the WFDF Anti-Doping rules, which came into effect on 1st September 2011. The latest version is effective as of 1 January 2015 and ensures WFDFs WADA code compliance. WFDF Anti-Doping Rules 2015 (valid from 1 January 2015) WFDF Anti-Doping Program and Test Distribution Plan 2017 WFDF TUE athletes briefing document 2016/2017 Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) WFDF …
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The World Flying Disc Federation announces approval of the WFDF Anti-Doping Rules Version 2.0 (based upon 2009 revised WADA Code) during the 2011 WFDF Congress held August 27 in Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy. The Code was approved by all members present with one abstention and was effective as of 1 September 2011. The WFDF Anti-Doping Program Plan 2011-2013 was also approved by Congress members with one abstention.
During its meeting of May 14, 2011, the WADA Executive Committee approved the Annex to the International Standard on the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information. This document identifies the maximum retention time of data collected within the anti-doping framework. For the sake of clarity, we wish to highlight the following to our stakeholders: This document now forms an integral part of the International Standard on the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information and is …
Further to WADA’s press release regarding suspension of accreditation for the Turkish Doping Control Center (TDDC), please be advised that the suspension is not for six months as originally stated. The suspension will be until WADA fully reviews the case. Click here to read the amended press release. Apologies for any inconvenience.