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The Prohibitd List is an International Standard identifying substances and methods prohibited in-competition, out-of-competition and in particular sports.
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News, Communication of Sanction

18.07.2014.
Antidoping Education program carried out by SportAccord at the 2014 CMAS Finswimming Junior World Championship

The SportAccord Doping-Free Sport Unit (DFSU) was invited by the World Underwater Federation (CMAS) to join the 2014 Finswimming Junior World Championship held in Chania, Greece from the 25th June to the 1st July 2014.

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03.06.2014
Amendment to the 2014 Prohibited List

Having been recently alerted to the substance Xenon and its potential performance enhancing characteristics, the WADA List Committee discussed the matter during its April meeting.

Following the recommendation of the List Committee, the Executive Committee approved the option to modify Section S.2.1 of the 2014 Prohibited List, where hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) activators like xenon or argon have now been specifically identified.
Note that cyanocobalamin (vita min B12) is not prohibited.

The amended 2014 Prohibited List will come into effect on 1 September, 2014.

 

27.08.2013
In accordance with art 14.4.1 of the CMAS Anti‐Doping Rules, CMAS reports that the athlete Mr Nikita Veligura (RUS) has violated art 2.1 of the CMAS Anti‐Doping Rules (presence of prohibited substance methylhexaneamine in the athlete’s sample).

The CMAS Doping Hearing Chamber has sanctioned the athlete as follows:

  • 14 months period of ineligibility. The period of ineligibility is from April 14, 2012 to June 14, 2013.
  • Disqualification of results obtained in the Final of the CMAS Aquathlon European Championships 2012, including forfeiture of medals, points and prizes.

 

27.08.2013
In accordance with art 14.4.1 of the CMAS Anti‐Doping Rules, CMAS reports that the athlete Mr Denis Volkov (RUS) has violated art 2.1 of the CMAS Anti‐Doping Rules (presence of prohibited substances: Furosemide, 4‐phenypiracetam, in the athlete’s sample).

The CMAS Doping Hearing Chamber has sanctioned the athlete as follows:

  • 2 years period of ineligibility. The period of ineligibility is from May 16, 2012 to May 15, 2014.
  • Disqualification of results obtained in the Final of the CMAS Aquathlon European Championships 2012, including forfeiture of medals, points and prizes.