Canadian Interuniversity Sport. Anti-Doping Education and Information Seminar. Academic School Year 2006-2007. Overview. Doping Control Procedures Know athletes’ rights and responsibilities Definition of Doping Understand the sanctions List of Prohibited Substances and Methods
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Anti-Doping Education and Information Seminar
Academic School Year 2006-2007
Doping Control Procedures
Definition of Doping
List of Prohibited Substances and Methods
As an athlete subject to doping control, you have the right to:
As an athlete subject todoping control, you have the responsibility to:
What is doping?
The Canadian Anti-Doping Program defines doping as the occurrence of one or more of the following anti-doping rule violations:
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First violation: Typically results in a two-year period of ineligibility.
Second violation: Typically results in a lifetime ban or period of ineligibility.
All athletes have a right to a hearing following an adverse analytical (positive) finding.
For example, cannabis, glucocorticosteroids, alcohol, beta blockers
If it can be shown that use was not intended to enhance performance.
First violation: Range from a warning and reprimand, to one-year period of ineligibility.
Second Violation: Two years’ ineligibility.
Third Violation: Lifetime ineligibility.
Two of the following three criteria must be met for a substance or method to be included on the Prohibited List.
The use of a substance or method:
Hormones & related substances
Agents with anti-estrogenic activity
Diuretics & other masking agents
Stimulants (e.g., ephedrine)
Narcotics (e.g., morphine)
Cannabinoids (e.g., hashish)
Determined by the sport International Federation.
Visit (www.wada-ama.org)Prohibited List Categories: Substances
(commonly found in over-the-counter cold decongestant medications)
Are not prohibited substances
WADA Monitoring Program
Substances in this program are currently monitored to detect patterns of misuse in sport.
To find out more, visit www.wada-ama.org > Prohibited List
Severe back acne, liver disease, high blood pressure, psychological depression.
High blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia.
Nausea, decreased heart rate, dependence.
Decreased concentration, impaired learning abilities, lung and throat cancer.
An anti-doping rule violation occurs whenever a prohibitedsubstance is found in an athlete’s body,
whether or not the athlete intentionally or unintentionally used a prohibited substance or was negligent or otherwise at fault.
Asthma inhaler medications contain prohibited ingredients.
Are you aware of the risks associated with the use of supplements or sport nutrition products?
Protect your eligibility!
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