January 20, 2014
CAS Branch for the Olympic Games in Sochi
Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is opening its temporary branch in the venue of the Olympics. From 28 January to 23 February, the Court will operate at the address below:
1 Morskoy Boulevard
Adler Distrikt, Krasnodar Region, Rusko
Tel.:17-862-44 7 16 50
Fax: 17-862-44 7 16 56
The judgement-seat for the Olympics will be chaired by Michael Lenard (USA) together with Corinne Schmidhauser (Switzerland).
All decisions of the CAS Branch in Sochi will be taken within 24 hours.
January 25, 2011
New conditions for granting of any form of the Therapeutic Use Exemption, effective from 1st January 2011, apply for glucocorticosteroids and some other beta 2 agonists.
December 16, 2010
Wrong information about using infusions (so called dropping funnels) for athletes were published in media and among experts from public. Czech Anti-Doping Committee has released explanation to the prohibited infusions.
December 01, 2010
WADA has published the 2011 Prohibited List and other new documents:
- 2011 Monitoring Program
- International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions
- Summary of main changes compared to 2011 List
September 15, 2010
The Czech Anti-Doping Committee has published the current version of the Cards containing examples of the prohibited pharmaceuticals for athletes and also granted commonly used pharmaceuticals. The Card simplifies life of registered athletes in case of common illness. In case of your interest please contact the secretariat of CADC.
July 20, 2010
WADA has published the 2009 Annual Report on its website. The report contains 36 pages with information on budget, doping controls ordered by WADA, (Andi-Doping Coordination) ADAMS development, Athlete Biological Passport, UNESCO Convention ratification and statistics. In the year of WADA´s tenth anniversary the revised World Anti-Doping Code came into force and the new „Say „NO“! to Doping“ campaign was introduced. WADA piloted the campaign together with the relevant International Federations on the Ice Hockey and Football Championships.
July 19, 2010
WADA and IFPMA Agreement
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has signed an agreement with the group of pharmaceutical companies IFPMA of formal cooperation by detecting athletes who use doping. The Agreement guarantees that WADA gains information on products that could be used for athlete´s performance enhancement. Pharmaceutical companies will also try to minimize possible misusage when developing the new pharmaceuticals and will help to develop methods detecting in the athlete´s blood new products that shall enter the market.
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