THE IOC EXECUTIVE BOARD STUDIED AND DISCUSSED THE FINDINGS OF THE COMMISSION LED BY THE FORMER PRESIDENT OF SWITZERLAND, SAMUEL SCHMID, ADDRESSING THE SYSTEMATIC MANIPULATION OF THE ANTI-DOPING SYSTEM IN RUSSIA. THIS REPORT ALSO ADDRESSES IN PARTICULAR THE MANIPULATION AT THE ANTI-DOPING LABORATORY AT THE OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES SOCHI 2014 WHICH TARGETED THE OLYMPIC GAMES DIRECTLY. OVER 17 MONTHS OF EXTENSIVE WORK, THE SCHMID COMMISSION GATHERED EVIDENCE AND INFORMATION AND HELD HEARINGS WITH ALL THE MAIN ACTORS. DUE PROCESS, TO WHICH EVERY INDIVIDUAL AND EVERY ORGANISATION IS ENTITLED, WAS FOLLOWED. THIS OPPORTUNITY WAS NOT AVAILABLE TO THE IOC PRIOR TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES RIO 2016.

Today, the International olympic committee (IOC) has published the first conclusions from the Oswald commission hearings, which are being conducted in the context of the Sochi 2014 forensic and analytic doping investigations. As a result, the two russian athletes Alexander Legkov and Evgeniy Belov have been sanctioned.    

The sample of the athlete gave a positive result on hydrochlorothiazide. This substance is used to exclude prohibited substances and in itself does not improve athletic performance.

2016 European champion in 5000m run Ilias Fifa was arrested at his house in Santa Coloma on Wednesday morning for participating in doping scheme, reports the Spanish newspaper As. The police of Catalonia on the campaign against doping recorded the signal coming from the athlete’s house. 28-year-old athlete was arrested at his house in Santa Coloma as the result of anti-doping operation, the purpose of which was detection of prohibited substances and drugs. Ilias Fifa participated at the Olympic Games 2016.

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) published its 2016 Testing Figures Report (2016 Report), which summarizes the results of all the samples WADA-accredited laboratories analyzed and reported in WADA’s Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS) in 2016. This is the second set of global testing results since the revised World Anti-Doping Code (Code) came into effect in January 2015. The 2016 Report – which includes an Executive Summary and sub-reports by Laboratory, Sport, Testing Authority and Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) Blood Analysis – includes in- and out-of-competition urine samples; blood and ABP blood data; and, the resulting Adverse Analytical Findings (AAFs) and Atypical Findings (ATFs).

Adrian Barbu has been provisionally suspended under Article 8.3.1 of the 2017 Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (the "Programme"), pending determination of the charge against him at a full hearing pursuant to Article 8 of the Programme. Mr. Barbu, a 34-year-old player from Romania, provided a urine sample on 16 August 2017 in association with his participation in the Bucher Reisen Tennis Grand Prix, an ATP Challenger Tour event in Meerbusch, Germany. The sample was sent to the World Anti-Doping Agency (“WADA”) accredited laboratory in Montreal, Canada, for analysis and was found to contain nandrolone metabolite (19-norandrosterone) and methenolone (metenolone) metabolites. Nandrolone and metenolone are non-specified Prohibited Substances under the Programme, under category S.1.1 of the 2017 WADA Prohibited List (Anabolic Agents), and therefore are also prohibited under the Programme. Adverse Analytical Findings for Non-Specified Substances carry a mandatory provisional suspension.

An admitted blood doper who competed alongside Lance Armstrong at the Tour de France and ultimately gave back an Olympic Gold medal, Missoula resident and former professional cyclist Tyler Hamilton described his descent into performance enhancing drug use and his eventual admission of guilt to a crowd of more than 50 people Thursday night at Montana State University Billings. The talk, called “Truth and Transformation with Tyler Hamilton,” was organized by the MSUB Accounting Club and students could earn ethics continuing education credits for attending. When he first entered the competitive circuit, Hamilton said he would hear people describing in Spanish “bread and water” riders, meaning riders who were clean.

According to the first vice-president of the ROC Stanislav Pozdnyakov, the Russian Olympic Committee will assist in conducting additional doping testing of candidates for the national Olympic team before the 2018 Games. "On the initiative of the ROC, we did a lot of work with our federations to exclude any possibility of pressure on our Olympic team." We decided to conduct additional doping testing of all candidates for the Olympic team, "Pozdnyakov said." Our team will be the most "clean" under the additional testing, we want to show an example of anti-doping, to show how a single country can work in this direction. "

Record number of anti-doping tests expected during World Championships. Lausanne, 16 October 2017: With just over 50 days remaining to the 2017 IWF World Weightlifting Championships in Anaheim (USA), Dr Patrick Schamasch of the IWF’s independent Anti-Doping Commission outlined the outstanding preparations that aim to ensure clean competition. The IWF is completely committed to protecting clean athletes and through its Anti-Doping Commission and Clean Sport Commission has already begun implementing anti-doping measures to ensure a level playing field at the upcoming World Championships. More anti-doping testing is expected to take place at this year’s World Championships than at any previous edition. The latest featured 584 athletes and 288 tests were carried out representing 49% of the athletes participating at the event. This will be accompanied by widespread outreach and educational programmes, organised in conjunction with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and USADA, which aim to increase awareness and understanding and support cultural change.

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