WADA Suspends the Accreditation of the Mexico City Laboratory

November, 24, 2016
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suspended the accreditation of the Laboratorio Nacional de Prevencion y Control del Dopaje-CONADE (the “Laboratory”) in Mexico City, Mexico for a period of up to 6 months. [ Read more ]

IOC sanctions 12 athletes for failing anti-doping tests at London 2012

November, 24, 2016
The International Olympic Committee has sanctioned 12 athletes for failing anti-doping tests at the London Olympic Summer Games in 2012.
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Danish-German cooperation in the fight against doping

November, 15, 2016
Anti Doping Denmark (ADD) in collaboration with the National Anti Doping Agency Deutschland (NADA) has taken a new step in the fight against doping. The two organizations have signed an agreement on exchange of information in order to strengthen both the national and international anti-doping work.
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WADA Suspends the Accreditation of the Doha Laboratory

November, 15, 2016
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suspended the accreditation of the Doping Analysis Laboratory in Doha, Qatar for a period of four months.
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Facts: Prohibited Prohibited Association

June, 09, 2015
The following rule was added to the World Anti-Doping Code which came into force in 2015:
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Latest case

Oxana Korobchuk, competing in the sport of Rugby, has been suspended after testing positive on the prohibited substance stanozolol.
The athlete was handed a four years suspension.
Oxana Korobchuk is the 6 athlete we have registered in the Anti-Doping Database who has been suspended after testing positive for stanozolol this year.
Totally 805 athletes has been registered in the database suspended for stanozolol.
Oxana Korobchuk is also the 650 athlete from Russian Federation to be added to our database after testing positive for a prohibited substance.
We have a total of 8161 cases in the database.