A Guide to the World Anti-Doping Code: A Fight for the by Paul David

By Paul David

Doping is the most important challenge dealing with recreation. the realm Anti-Doping Code has been followed through carrying organizations around the world at either nationwide and foreign point to supply a constant and harmonised method of anti-doping measures. The adoption of the Code, and its interpretation and alertness through the court docket of Arbitration for recreation, has led to nice adjustments in activities legislation. This e-book presents a advisor to the Code, illustrated via summaries of choices through the courtroom of Arbitration for activity and nationwide point tribunals which convey the Code in operation. it is going to help all these fascinated about recreation, even if as directors, coaches or gamers, including those that suggest within the region and people attracted to the operation of the present anti-doping regime. The e-book additionally explains the Amendments to the Code agreed in 2007 that are scheduled to come back into strength through January 2009.

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Doctor was shown the list of banned drugs and said that drug given was not banned. g. CAS 2000/A/317, A v. FILA, Award of 9 July 2001. g. CAS 2000/A/289, UCI v. C and FCC, CAS 2003/ A/507, Strahya v. FINA, where new FINA Rules giving two-year suspension consistent with the Code were applied, although at the time of the violation the regime imposed a four-year period of ineligibility. g. N, J, Y and W v. FINA, 31 March 1999, 2nd Civil Division of Swiss Federal Tribunal, where an appeal against a CAS award by four Chinese swimmers was dismissed on the grounds that the principle of strict liability with the shifting of the onus to the athlete could not be said to infringe the fundamental principles of Swiss law and gave grounds to set aside the CAS award on the ground that it was contrary to public policy.

The athlete must have the possibility of shifting the burden of proof by providing exculpatory evidence. The Panel believes that a fixed rate system governing sanctions in doping cases is not desirable and the more flexible system, which provides a sliding scale of suspension periods depending on the level of fault of the athlete, is preferable. [Emphasis added] The Panel found that the penalty was not in proportion to the circumstances of the case given ‘the excellent morality and earlier conduct of C in general’.

Pre-Code CAS awards: strict liability justification for disqualification: flexibility in fixed sanctions? Arbitration CAS 95/141, C v. FINA, Award of 22 April 1996 C won a long-distance swimming event and underwent doping control. On analysis, her sample was found positive for etilephrine. C explained d ev e l o p m e n t of p r i n c i p l e s fo r a n t i - d o p i n g r e g i m e s 31 in writing that she did not have control over food and drink given immediately before and during race. Coach admitted that he had accidentally given her a capsule of effortil during later stages of the race.

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