A Guide to the World Anti-Doping Code: A Fight for the Spirit of Sport
The laws relating to anti-doping change rapidly, and the World Anti-Doping Code has been at the centre of significant developments in this area over the last ten years. Since the first edition of this guide, the amended 2009 Code has come into effect and been applied in various decisions before national sporting tribunals and the Court of Arbitration for Sport. This second edition covers the significant changes introduced by the 2009 Code. More than forty summaries of recent cases illustrate the operation of the key provisions of the 2009 Code, in particular the articles relating to anti-doping rule violations and sanctions.
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Overview of the Code and the World AntiDoping
The International Standards in more detail
The nature of the Code and its interpretation
antidoping rule violations under
the proof of antidoping rule violations
Responsibility for testing and investigations results
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adverse analytical ﬁnding agreement allegation analysis anti—doping organisation anti—doping regimes anti—doping rule violation appeal to CAS applicable arbitration award Article 2.1 assessment athlete athlete’s BALCO breach CAS awards CAS Digest CAS Panel challenge Chapter circumstances clenbuterol Code committed conﬁrmed considered contained Court decision deﬁnition difﬁcult disciplinary disqualiﬁcation doping control doping in sport doping violation enhance sport performance established evidence fault or negligence FINA ﬁrst ﬁxed further hearing IAAF imposed in—competition international federation International Standard investigation involved jurisdiction justiﬁed laboratory matter nandrolone notiﬁed ofthe Olympic Charter Olympic Games out—of—competition Panel found Panel held parties period of ineligibility player positive test principles proceedings Prohibited List prohibited method prohibited substance relation relevant results management sample collection sanction scientiﬁc Signatories signiﬁcant fault speciﬁc speciﬁed substance sporting organisations strict liability submitted substance or method sufﬁcient Swiss law tested positive trafﬁcking two—year USADA violation under Article WADA