WADA appeals AFL decision

May, 12, 2015
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has decided to appeal the AFL Anti-Doping Appeals Tribunal decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). [ Read more ]

Serbian Water Polo Player Provisionally Suspended

May, 20, 2015
The Seribian water polo player Nikola Raden has been provisionally suspended by the FINA.
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Rio and Ankara laboratories reaccreditated by WADA

May, 14, 2015
The World Anti-Doping Agency granted reaccreditation to the Laboratorio Brasileiro De Controle De Dopagem (LBCD) Laboratory in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and, the Turkish Doping Control Center (TDKM) Laboratory in Ankara, Turkey; and this, after both laboratories completed the required remedial work stipulated in the International Standard for Laboratories (ISL).
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Ukrainian biathlete suspended for EPO

May, 12, 2015
The Ukrainian biathlete Serguei Sedned has been suspended for two years by the International Biathlon Union.
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Facts: Anti-Doping facts on Olympic Winter Games

February, 06, 2014
Below are information regarding anti-doping work in relation to Olympic Winter Games.
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Facts: The World Conference on Doping in Sport

November, 15, 2013
This article gives some facts on the World Conference on Doping in Sport.
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How a substance comes on the Prohibited Substances List

February, 26, 2013
WADA has three criteria that they follow when a substance is considered for the prohibited substances list.
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Latest case

Kateryna Kozlova, competing in the sport of Tennis, has been suspended after testing positive on the prohibited substance 1,3-dimethylbutylamine.
The athlete was handed a six months suspension.
Kateryna Kozlova is the 2 athlete we have registered in the Anti-Doping Database who has been suspended after testing positive for 1,3-dimethylbutylamine this year.
Totally 2 athletes has been registered in the database suspended for 1,3-dimethylbutylamine.
Kateryna Kozlova is also the 106 athlete from Ukraine to be added to our database after testing positive for a prohibited substance.
We have a total of 7562 cases in the database.