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8, WADA Newsletter, Issue 25, September 2014
 

 

WORLD ANTI-DOPING AGENCY
WADA Foundation Board N° 25 - September 30, 2014

 

 
  NEWS
 
  WADA publishes 2015 Prohibited List  
 
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Following approval by the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) Executive Committee on 20 September, the 2015 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods is now available.

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  NEWS
 
  WADA Statement on NFL Sanctions  
 
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WADA has decided not to appeal the sanction imposed by ASADA on 12 National Rugby League (NRL) players for breaches of the NRL anti-doping rules. 

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  NEWS
 
  Introducing ALPHA: A Fresh Approach to Anti-Doping eLearning for Athletes  
 
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Until recently, elite athlete anti-doping education centered on event-driven outreach programs providing “just-in-time” knowledge, yet research and maturity acquired in anti-doping now show that information alone will not prevent doping. 

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  NEWS
 
  Saudi Arabia commits to Anti-Doping Research Fund  
 
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WADA is pleased to announce that Saudi Arabia has donated US $100,000 as part of a global government initiative to match the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC’s) pledge to invest US $10 million in innovative anti-doping research. 

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  NEWS
 
  WADA takes Athlete Outreach to South Korea for XVII Asiad  
 
 
 

WADA arrived in Incheon, South Korea last week for the latest leg of its 2014 Athlete Outreach program.

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  NEWS
 
  Koji Murofushi – Why the spirit of sport must be maintained  
 
 
 

Koji Murofushi is a 39-year-old professional hammer thrower from Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

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  NEWS
 
  WADA Statement on joint ASADA/AFL Investigation  
 
 
 

WADA welcomes the decision of Justice Middleton relating to the matter of the legality of the joint ASADA/AFL Investigation in Australia earlier today.

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  NEWS
 
  WADA publishes first ever Athlete Reference Guide to the Code  
 
 
 

WADA is pleased to announce the publication of the Athlete Reference Guide to the 2015 World Anti-Doping Code.

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  NEWS
 
  WADA launches ‘Ask the Athlete’ Social Media campaign  
 
 
 

Your chance to quiz WADA’s Athlete Committee members on anti-doping in sport WADA is pleased to launch its very first social media campaign, Ask the Athlete, which will run for the next week on its Twitter and Facebook pages.

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  NEWS
 
  Italy to start using ADAMS for anti-doping operations  
 
 
 

WADA is pleased to announce that the Italian Anti-Doping Department of Comitato Olympico Nazionale Italiano (CONI) has received approval from the Italian Data Protection Authority to start using WADA’s Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS) unrestrictedly.

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  PROFILE
 
  The WADA Interview: Dr. Kim Chong  
 
 
 

Dr. Kim Chong is the Vice Minister for the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) in the Republic of Korea. WADA caught up with Dr. Kim as his home country prepared to host Asia’s sporting elite at the XVII Asiad in Incheon.

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  NEWS
 
  WADA extends deadline for ADAMS Stakeholder Feedback  
 
 
 

WADA has extended the deadline available to stakeholders that wish to offer feedback on the current Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS), to 15 October. The extension comes following the request from stakeholders for additional time to provide their feedback.

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  NEWS
 
  The Steroidal Module: Creating a Stronger Athlete Biological Passport  
 
 
 

In a special feature for PlayTrue magazine, WADA Director of Medical Dr. Alan Vernec explores the benefits the Steroidal Module will bring to the Athlete Biological Passport.

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  NEWS
 
  The WADA Interview - Matthew Dunn  
 
 
 

In a special feature for PlayTrue magazine, WADA caught up with Matthew Dunn, the Australian former Olympic freestyle and medley swimmer

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  NEWS
 
  Turkey offers boost to IOC Anti-Doping Research Fund  
 
 
 

WADA is pleased to announce that Turkey has donated US $250,000 as part of a global government initiative to match the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC’s) pledge to invest US $10 million in innovative anti-doping research.

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  NEWS
 
  China leads government commitment to match IOC Anti-Doping Research Fund  
 
 
 

Following the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) pledge to invest US $10 million in anti-doping research, China has become the first country to formally announce its contribution to a government equivalent fund. 

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