Спортсмен, помни! Победа, одержанная с использованием допинга, - победа, одержанная путём обмана, а значит, награды и сопутствующие блага добыты мошенническим, преступным путём у законного победителя.                                                                                  Допинг – обман для спортсмена, уважайте своих соперников и прежде всего себя!                                                                                  Проявляй уважение к сопернику и веди себя достойно!                                                                                  Спортсмен, а ты уверен в препаратах и медикаментах, которые принимаешь? Береги своё здоровье!                                                                                  Помни! Положительной пробой ты испортишь имидж своей команды!                                                                                  От тебя зависит будущее нашего спорта!                                                                                  Увлекаясь каннабиноидами, ты становишься обманщиком и можешь навсегда распрощаться со спортом!                                                                                  Одна положительная проба на наркотические вещества – и твоя репутация как спортсмена рухнет!                                                                                  Победа любой ценой – неправильный девиз, не совершай ошибку!                                                                                  Незнание Всемирного антидопингового кодекса – не освобождает спортсмена и персонал спортсмена от ответственности!                                                                                  Ты принимаешь БАД на свой страх и риск!                                                                                  Только спортсмен несёт ответственность за всё, что попадает в его организм!                                                                                  Юный спортсмен! Хочешь стать настоящим чемпионом? Выбирай чистый и честный спорт!

One 22-year-old relatively unknown runner, Girmay Birahun is to be the first Ethiopian jailed for using performance-enhancing drugs. The runner was caught using Meldonium.
Athletes who have sentences in store as punishment for being dishonest are looking at serving three to five years as of now.
Distance running icon and head of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation Haile Gebrselassie supports this tough approach to athletes who cheat the system. He says that he’s also in favour of handing life bans to those who don’t play by the rules.

Source: www.independent.co.uk

 

The National Anti-Doping Agency of Belarus (BNADA) in cooperation with the Belarusian State University of Physical Culture organized and conducted an educational Anti-Doping seminar on the implementation of Anti-Doping education in Olympic Reserve Colleges. More than 40 Olympic Reserve College experts from 11 cities took part in the seminar.
The seminar covered a series of key Anti-Doping issues that must be addressed in order to implement a sustainable anti-doping program in Belarusian Olympic Reserve Colleges. The materials presented over the course of the Seminar by the experts of the Education, Prevention and International Cooperation Department of BNADA highlighted the topic of athlete, coach and doctor doping-related responsibility, gave an in-depth overview of the Prohibited List, Doping Control procedure and the role of Athlete Whereabouts among other relevant issues.
 

photo: BGUFK Press Service

Jamaica's Usain Bolt has lost one of his nine Olympic gold medals and his perfect triple treble of Games' sprint victories after team mate Nesta Carter was found guilty of doping at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Carter was found in re-tests of his sample to have taken the banned stimulant methylhexaneamine, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said, meaning Jamaica's 4x100 meters relay team must give back their gold medals.
Methylhexanamine has been on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code prohibited list since 2004 although it was reclassified on the 2011 list as a "specified substance".
The IOC programme of revisiting samples uses developments in testing techniques to find traces of drugs that were undetectable in 2008 or at the London 2012 Games.
More than 100 athletes have so far tested positive in re-tests from the Beijing and London Olympics.

Source: www.reuters.com

 

One 22-year-old relatively unknown runner, Girmay Birahun is to be the first Ethiopian jailed for using performance-enhancing drugs. The runner was caught using Meldonium.
Athletes who have sentences in store as punishment for being dishonest are looking at serving three to five years as of now.
Distance running icon and head of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation Haile Gebrselassie supports this tough approach to athletes who cheat the system. He says that he’s also in favour of handing life bans to those who don’t play by the rules.
Gebrselassie now sees this as a time to crack down hard. He thinks that Ethiopia’s system has been too slack for too long. He also encourages other nations to follow suit by taking the no-nonsense approach.
“When athletes take drugs they may make money in the short-term, but in the long-term, when they think about what they’ve done, they will regret it. They are directly cheating money out of the pockets of other athletes,” said Gebrselassie in an interview with The Independent. He also thanks the country’s government for providing prison cells for athletes caught using WADA banned substances.
He wants to see Ethiopia come out on top against all nations. According to The Independent report, he emphasized the need to be strict on athletes and hopes the rest of the world will also do better job at cracking down on dopers in the sport.

Source: www.independent.co.uk

 

One 22-year-old relatively unknown runner, Girmay Birahun is to be the first Ethiopian jailed for using performance-enhancing drugs. The runner was caught using Meldonium.
Athletes who have sentences in store as punishment for being dishonest are looking at serving three to five years as of now.
Distance running icon and head of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation Haile Gebrselassie supports this tough approach to athletes who cheat the system. He says that he’s also in favour of handing life bans to those who don’t play by the rules.
Gebrselassie now sees this as a time to crack down hard. He thinks that Ethiopia’s system has been too slack for too long. He also encourages other nations to follow suit by taking the no-nonsense approach.
“When athletes take drugs they may make money in the short-term, but in the long-term, when they think about what they’ve done, they will regret it. They are directly cheating money out of the pockets of other athletes,” said Gebrselassie in an interview with The Independent. He also thanks the country’s government for providing prison cells for athletes caught using WADA banned substances.
He wants to see Ethiopia come out on top against all nations. According to The Independent report, he emphasized the need to be strict on athletes and hopes the rest of the world will also do better job at cracking down on dopers in the sport.

Source: www.independent.co.uk

 

The Council of Ministers on 22/12/2016 adopted the law providing setting up the Polish Anti-Doping Agency (POLADA).
The agency will replace the Polish Commission Against Doping in Sport, supervised and financed by the Ministry of Sport and Tourism.

The international biathlon Federation (IBU) received a letter from the athletes, which contained recommendations on the fight against doping. More than 170 athletes signed it, among other things, demanding to increase the penalty for use of illegal drugs in five times.

PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, South Korea:
Days Months Minutes Seconds