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IOF Anti-doping work

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IOF Anti-doping work

1 January 2015 – New World Anti-doping Code from WADAIOF modified its AD rules to meet the new codeIOF started modification of AD testing practices in accordance with the new rulesIOF is WADA Compliant for the new codeCompliance review will be done by WADA beginning af 2017

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IOF Anti-doping work

IOF AD work has been in a transitionNew code requirements e.g.Increased Out-of-Competition (OOC) testingAthetes Biological Passport (ABP) steroidal and/or haematological modelIncreased use of WADA tools (ADAMS) and cooperation between AD bodies.New Financing methodNew Anti-doping Officer and test management

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AD financing and management

2015 – via OrganisersTest financing (ca 42 kEUR)Via organisers agreements (ca 35 kEUR)From IOC (7 kEUR)ManagementEvent organisers orders and pays IC tests according to IOF test planInexperienceEntry into ADAMS not always done (IOF ADO completed)IOF ADO orders and pays OOC testsABP consultacy agreement w/NAPMU

2016 – Anti-doping FundTest financing (ca 62 kEUR)Via organisers contributions (ca 28 kEUR)Athletes License (27 kEUR)From IOC (7 kEUR)ManagementIOF ADO orders and pays all tests (IC and OOC)Better data managementIncreased testing flexibility (e.g. IC/OOC ratio)Improved resource managementABP consultacy agreement w/NAPMU

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Review of AD work

3 June 2016 – Annual review by IOF CouncilUpdated Risk Analysis for IOF Anti-dopingUncovered areas for improvementNew AD Strategy approvedNew strategy - Key elementsIntroduction of ABP Haematological model (previously only steroidal)Increase in the ratio of OOC to IC testingImproved cooperation with National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) through agreed test data exchange in ADAMSModified selection guidelines for the IOF Registered Testing Pool (RTP)Increased focus on deterrance work; education and communication

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Registered Testning Pool (RTP) composition

Previously and for 2016 based upon performance at World Championships and in World RankingsMany of these athletes are already in NADO RTPs, i.e. duplication of work.Composition in futureCooperation with NADOs regarding RTPsLook at other factors for inclusionStep-change in performanceNADO complianceGathered intelligence Goal is more effective use of AD resources in total

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AD work

2015Number of tests total 8361 athletes tested9 RTP athletesRatio OOC/IC 14%/86%

2016Number of tests total 50%+ increase13 RTP athletesRatio OOC/IC planned 25%/75%Will increase further 2017

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WADA Independent Person(IP)/McLaren report

Update on IOF statement of July 27, 2016Regarding WADA recommendations:No evidence found to prohibit RUS participation at IOF EventsReport intelligence fed into the IOF AD workAccreditation to WOC was refused for one Russian Regional Sports Ministry Official Regarding IOC recommendationsThe WSOC 2017 in Krasnoyarsk, RUS will proceed as planned as well as FISU Universiade 2019AD management will be fully reviewedRussia is welcome to submit bids for future IOF EventsAny further information which becomes available as a result of the IPs continued investigation will be reviewed by the IOF.

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IOF General Assembly Resolution

The members of the International Orienteering Federation resolve to;Condemn any forms of doping in sport, as defined by the World Anti-Doping code, whether they be state-sponsored, individually, entourage or otherwise initiated. Uphold the values of fair-play and a sport clean of betting, doping and rules violationsAdhere to the IOF Code of Ethics and embrace the good governance of our sport.

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