Anti-doping sled dog sport rules and information IFSS

Doping Control DOGS  - Step-by-step procedure (Rev. October 2017)

Athletes' Health and Anti-Doping (ALPHA) Learning Program

 

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is pleased to launch an updated version of the Athlete Learning Program about Health and Anti-Doping (ALPHA) course on its  Anti-Doping e-Learning Platform (ADeL)  

The anti-doping e-learning platform (ADeL) provides access to all topics related to clean sport and anti-doping. It offers courses for athletes, coaches, doctors, administrators and anyone who wants to learn more about anti-doping and protecting the values of clean sport.

 

IFSS Anti-Doping Committee (ADC)

 

HeadTommy Gustavsson

HumanOwe Johnson

DogsAnne-Grethe Saetrang  ,  Caroline Griffitts  (veterinarian),  Monica Pacheco Duran  (veterinarian)

Don't forget to send TUE forms to our vets for approval.

Info, rules and documents are placed under folder: "  Documents  "

Which Athletes and Dogs Are Tested for Doping?

For the purposes of the IFSS Anti-Doping Rules, the following athletes are considered to be International Level Athletes:

Athletes who are part of the registered test pool of the IFSS or the test pool of IFSS or another pool if        founded by IFSS:

Medal-winning athletes in any of the specified classes in the most recent World Championships:

World Dryland Championships DBM, DBW, DCM and DCW

Snow World Championship SM1, SW1, Sp2, Sp 4 and Sp 6

(Currently in January 2021 the most recent Snow World Championships are 2019 Bessans and Dryland Nybro 2019, please note that Sp2 was not scheduled in Bessans)

Links to recent  WADA-  articles:

 

2021 Prohibited List

2020 Banned List

WADA Releases Latest Edition of Play True Magazine

WADA launches new website

WADA publishes first-ever Athlete Reference Guide to the Code

Doping and supplements

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is pleased to launch an updated version of the Athlete Learning Program about Health and Anti-Doping (ALPHA) course on its   Anti-Doping e-Learning Platform (ADeL)

The big changes 2021

The Prohibited List is updated annually by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and identifies the substances and methods that are banned primarily for their potential to enhance performance in sport or their masking potential.

A new Prohibited List will come into effect on January 1, 2021. The new list contains several news that are important for athletes, their doctors, other support persons and sports officials to be aware of:

Partially authorized substances

  • Inhalation VILANTEROL is allowed​​ when up to 25 micrograms are inhaled over a 24 hour period (Class S3: Beta-2 agonists).

  • It is clarified that the exception for dermatological, nasal, or ophthalmic use of imidazole derivatives includes BRIMONIDINE, CLONAZOLIN, FENOXAZOLIN, INDANAZOLINE, NAPHAZOLINE, OXYMETAZOLINE, and XYLOMETAZOLINE (Class S6: Stimulants).

Additional changes

  • Following the changes to the 2021 World Anti-Doping Code, four substances on the list have been recognized as substances of abuse: COCAINENE, DIAMORPHINE (heroin), METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE (MDMA) and TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL (THC).

  • The 2021 Prohibited List has been redesigned to improve navigation and usability.

  • For more detailed information about the changes  refer  we  you to WADA  (pdf) 

The New WADA 2021 Prohibited List  is available here  (pdf).

prohibited substances

For clarification, a number of new examples of banned substances have been added:

Fabrics

IOX2

ARFORMOTEROL and LEVOSALBUTAMOL

BECLOMETASONE, CICLESONIDE, FLUCORTOLONE, FLUNISOLIDE, and MOMETASON

NEBIVOLOL

doping class    

(S2) Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors,

related substances and mimetics

(S3) Beta-2 Agonists

(S9) Glucocorticoids

(P1) Beta Blockers

Doping Control DOGS - Step by Step Procedure (Rev. October 2017)

In this ninth installment of WADA Talks, Professor Ron Maughan discusses dietary supplements and their associated risks. sleddog