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WADA 2015 Code What you need to know Sanctions Consequencessanctions The minimum sanction for intentional cheating is now 4 years for the first offence To get any reduction in sanction from 2 years athletes must have substantial proof that they were not at fault or intending to cheat ID: 442812 Download Presentation
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Overview of the Irish Anti-Doping Programme
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Overview of the Irish Anti-Doping ProgrammeSlide2
WADA 2015 Code What you need to know Slide3
SanctionsConsequences/sanctions The minimum sanction for intentional cheating is now 4 years for the first offence To get any reduction in sanction from 2 years, athletes must have substantial proof that they were not at fault or intending to cheat Slide4
Anti-Doping Rule ViolationsThere are now 10 ADRVs (previously there were 8). The new ADRVs are:
e.g. helping to cover up an ADRV or avoid detection
: e.g. working with a person such as a coach, doctor,
or agent who is currently serving a ban or has been convicted in criminal or disciplinary proceedings that would constitute doping Slide5
WhereaboutsFrom 1 January 2015, if you receive 3 whereabouts failures (missed tests and/or filing failures) within a 12-month period you will receive a 2-year ban. It was previously 18 months.
Any current Whereabouts strikes remain valid when the 2015 Code comes into effect.
Athletes charged with a Whereabouts violation will not be considered for a reduction in their ban if they have a pattern of last minute Whereabouts updates.
The 60 minute time slot from 1
of January 2015 can be from 5am to 11pm. Slide6
Contaminated Product The issue of contaminated products has been acknowledged. If an athlete can establish no significant fault or negligence then the sanction can range from a reprimand to a maximum of 2 years. Slide7
TUE’SIf you are an International athlete (as defined by your International Federation) and you require a TUE then you must apply to your International Federation. If you compete at National level then apply to the Irish Sports Council. Slide8
Case Management From January 2015 the Irish Sports Council may prosecute the case of any ADRV’S if your NGB has signed an agreement with the Sports Council to do so. Slide9
Strict Liability Your Body.
Doping ViolationsPresence of a Prohibited Substance in an
Refusing or failing to do a drug test after notification
s (Filing Failures or Missed Tests) in 12 monthsSlide12
Two New Anti-Doping Violations 9. Complicity - Involvement in an ADRV committed by another person, such as helping to cover up that ADRV or avoid detection, will be sanctioned in the same way as that violation.
Associating with a person such as a coach, doctor or physio who has been found guilty of an ADRV
or equivalent offence to a doping violation will be sanctioned with a ban of up to 2 years
Consequences of not adhering to Anti-Doping ProceduresSuspension from sport – 4 years to life
Other Consequences – Time, Media etcSlide15
Sanctions If an athlete/coach is sanctioned for a positive test they will not be allowed to train with a club, participate, coach or administer the sport , or any other sport that is signed up to the WADA Code, while under sanction. Slide16
Coaches or Athlete Support Team Can be sanctioned under the Irish Anti-Doping Rules Tampering or Attempted Tampering
Trafficking or Attempted Trafficking
Administration or Attempted Administration, or assisting, encouraging, aiding, abetting, covering up or any other type of complicitySlide17
Athlete NotificationAFTER an athlete competes/finishes training a tester will verbally inform them that they need to do a drugs testThey will be asked to sign the Doping Control Form Slide18
The WADA Prohibited ListSlide19
WADA Prohibited List
the banned list’
Drug tests check for
of substances and methods on this listSlide20
Substances/Methods are banned for 3 reasons:Performance Enhancement Endangers the Health of Athletes/Players
Against the Spirit of Sport Slide21
Recreational Drugs (including Cannabis) are on the Prohibited ListSlide22
The Simple Advice…Your players must check all their prescribed and over-the-counter medicationsSlide23
Republic of Irelandwww.eirpharm.comSlide24
ISC Medication Checker AppLinks to www.eirpharm.comSlide25
Northern Ireland, USA, UK
PseudoephedrineTalk to a pharmacist about the use of alternative permitted medications for therapeutic use during in-competition periodsSlide27
GUESS which are prohibited?Slide28
Which of the following are prohibited?Slide29
Which of the following are prohibited?Slide30
Which of the following are prohibited?Slide31
Republic of Ireland
Travelling Abroad…advice to playersBring a supply from home of any prescribed medications or over-the-counter medications you may needIf your player needs to purchase a medication overseas – you need to check if it is permitted in the country where it is purchased Slide33
TUE AdviceRing/Email the Irish Sports Council or the TUE Secretariat01 860 8818, email@example.comThe player’s PRESCRIBING doctor needs to sign the form, and give the MEDICAL FILE detailsSlide34
2014 ISC Testing StatisticsNational Testing Programme increased by 186 tests (an increase of 18%)- Blood Testing figures increased by 31%- In Competition tests accounted for 25% of National Testing Programme, Out of Competition tests accounted for 75% of National Testing Programme
- Whereabouts Mobile App was launched for all Registered Testing Pool (RTP) athletes
- In 2014, 35% of whereabouts submissions by athletes were provided through this website based app.
- Whereabouts Failures decreased by 80% (18 Whereabouts Failures in 2013 and 4 in 2014)
- Unsuccessful attempts on team sports decreased by 29%
- Unsuccessful attempts on the Registered Testing Pool increased by 12% Slide35