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Welcome to Doping.nl, the Anti-Doping Knowledge Centre.
This site has been established to host information about doping in the broadest sense of the word, and about doping prevention.

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The Anti-Doping Authority Netherlands (the Dutch Doping Authority for short) established this site and maintains it. The Doping Authority was founded in 1989 and it is one of the oldest NADOs in the world. Doping.nl was developed with financial support from the Dutch Ministry for Health, Welfare and Sport.

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This website  was established because of the importance that the Doping Authority and the Ministry attach to the dissemination of information relevant to doping prevention. Disclosing and supplying relevant information is one of the cornerstones in the fight against doping in sport. However, in practice, a significant amount of information is still not available, or only available to a limited group of users. We therefore decided to bring together all the relevant information in a single site: Doping.nl.

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CAS 2011_A_2493 Antidoping Switzerland vs Vaton Zyberi

TAS 2011/A/2493 Antidoping Switzerland v. Vaton Zyberi In March 2011 Antidoping Switzerland has reported an anti-doping rule violation against the minor Athlete Vaton Zyberi (The Athlete) after his sample tested positive for the prohibited substance nikethamide. The Disciplinary Chamber of Swiss Olympic accepted that the minor Athlete had not committed any fault or any negligence by swallowing a Gly-Coramin tablet, with his trainer having indicated that it was dextrose. Therefore on 8 June 2011 the Disciplinary Chamber decided to impose a ban or a fine including forfeiture of any medals, points and prizes. Hereafter in July 2011 Antidoping Switzerland appealed the decision of the Disciplinary Chamber with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). Antidoping Switzerland requested the CAS Panel to annul the decision of 8 June 2011 of the Disciplinary Chamber and to impose at most a 3 month period of ineligibility, but at the least a reprimand on the Athlete. The Athlete’s trainer submitted that the effects of the tablet used by the Athlete only lasted for half an hour. He argued that the use of the Gly-Coramin tablet is authorized for the training, but not in competition and that more than 5 hours passed between taking the tablet and the beginning of the boxing match in question. The Sole Arbitrator finds, as accepted also by Antidoping Switzerland, that the minor Athlete did not know what was handed to him, when he received what he thought was dextrose, trusting his trainer even more so as he was still of school-going age, a reason why the fault of the Athlete can be considered to be very insubstantial and without intention to enhance sport performance. Given the very insubstantial fault the Sole Arbitrator concludes that there are grounds for keeping to the minimum set out by the Statute in order to fix the applicable punishment. Consequently, instead of a suspension, there are grounds for imposing a reprimand on the Athlete. Therefore on 29 November 2011 the Court of Arbitration for Sport Sole Arbitrator decides: 1.) Declares the appeal admissible brought by Antidoping Suisse against the decision of 8 June 2011 of the Disciplinary Chamber of Swiss Olympic in the Athlete’s case. 2.) Partially accepts the appeal, in the sense that figures I, II, IV and VII of the decision of 8 June 2011 of the Disciplinary Chamber of Swiss Olympic must be annuled; 3.) Establishes the breach of the anti-doping rules, in the sense of art. 2.1 of the Statute relating to 2009 doping of Swiss Olympic, committed by the Athlete on 6 March 2011, by the presence in his body of a banned substance; 4.) Pronounces a reprimand against on the Athlete. 5.) Confirms the withdrawal of the title of Swiss boxing champion, junior category - 75 kg, obtained by the Athlete on 6 March 2011 in Blonay; 6. Confirms the withdrawal of the medal and also any other prize won by the Athlete at the Swiss boxing championships on 6 March 2011 in Blonay; 7.) Orders the Athlete to pay the analysis costs for the anti-doping test up to a limit of CHF 320.00; 8.) Makes the costs for proceedings before the Disciplinary Chamber of Swiss Olympic payable by the Athlete up to a limit of CHF 100.00 and the balance of the costs of the proceedings before the Disciplinary Chamber of Swiss Olympic by CHF 900.00 payable by Swiss Olympic; 9.) Makes the cots of proceedings before the TAS, according to a separate final account which must be communicated subsequently by the registry of the TAS to the parties, at the rate of 10% payable by the Athlete, the balance remaining payable by Antidoping Suisse; 10.) Dismisses all other or fuller submissions of the parties.

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CAS OG_AD_2016_08 IOC vs Chagnaadorj Usukhbayar

CAS AD16/08 IOC vs Chagnaadorj Usukhbayar Mr. Chagnaadorj Usukhbayar is a Mongolian Athlete competing in the 56 kg Weightlifting event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. On 16 August 2016 the the IOC has reported an anti-doping rule violation against the Athlete after his sample tested positive for the prohibited substance testosterone. After notification a provisional suspension was ordered. Non of the parties requested for a hearing and the Athlete did not file a statement in his defence. The CAS Sole Arbitrator finds that the IOC met its burden of proof under Art. 3.1 IOC ADR. The documents adduced by the IOC establish sufficient proof, to the comfortable satisfaction of the Sole Arbitrator, that the Athlete committed an anti-doping rule violation under Art. 2 IOC ADR. Therefore the CAS Anti-Doping Division Sole Arbitrator decides on 20 August 2016: 1.) The Athlete has committed an anti-doping rule violation in accordance with Article 2.1 of the IOC Anti-Doping Rules applicable to the Olympic Games Rio 2016. 2.) All results obtained by the Athlete in the Olympic Games Rio 2016 are disqualified with all consequences, including forfeiture of all medals, points and prizes. 3.) The Athlete is excluded from the Olympic Games Rio 2016. 4.) The Athlete's Accreditation (number 1141787) is withdrawn. 5.) The responsibility for the Athlete's results management in terms of sanction beyond the Olympic Games Rio 2016 is referred to the International Weightlifting Federation being the applicable International Federation.

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CAS OG_AD_2016_07 IOC vs Izzat Artykov

CAS AD 16/07 IOC vs Izzat Artykov Mr. Izzat Artykov is a Kyrgyz Athlete competing in the Men’s 69 kg Weightlifting event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. On 12 August 2016 the IOC has reported an anti-doping rule violation against the Athlete after his A and B samples tested positive for the prohibited substance strychnine. After notification a provisional suspension was ordered. Non of the parties requested for a hearing and the Athlete did not file a statement in his defence. The CAS Panel finds that the IOC met its burden of proof under Art. 3.1 IOC ADR. The documents adduced by the IOC establish sufficient proof, to the comfortable satisfaction of the Panel, that the Athlete committed an anti-doping rule violation under Art. 2 IOC ADR. Therefore the CAS Anti-Doping Division Panel decides on 18 August 2016: 1.) The Athlete has committed an anti-doping rule violation in accordance with Article 2.1 of the IOC Anti-Doping Rules applicable to the Olympic Games Rio 2016. 2.) All results obtained by the Athlete in the Olympic Games Rio 2016 are disqualified with all consequences, including forfeiture of all medals, points and prizes. 3.) The Athlete is excluded from the Olympic Games Rio 2016. 4.) The Athlete's Accreditation (number 1087397) is withdrawn. 5.) The responsibility for the Athlete's results management in terms of sanction beyond the Olympic Games Rio 2016 is referred to the International Weightlifting Federation being the applicable International Federation.

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CAS OG_AD_2016_06 IOC vs Kleber Da Silva Ramos

CAS OG AD 16/06 IOC vs Kleber Da Silva Ramos Related case: CAS OG AD 20/03 IOC vs Kleber Da Silva Ramos August 18, 2016 Mr. Kleber Da Silva Ramos is an Brazilian Athlete competing in the road race cyling event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. On 7 August 2016 the IOC has reported an anti-doping rule violation against the Athlete after his A and B samples tested positive for the prohibited substance Methoxy polyethylene glycol-epoetin beta (CERA). The IOC opened proceedings CAS OG AD 16/03 against the Athlete with the CAS Anti-Doping Division. On 11 August 2016 the IOC has reported a second anti-doping rule violation against the Athlete after his A and B samples tested positive for the prohibited substance Methoxy polyethylene glycol-epoetin beta (CERA). Because of the first reported anti-doping rule violation the Athlete was already provisional suspended and also the proceedings in this second case CAS OG AD 16/03 against the Athlete was suspended pending the final award of the Panel in CAS OG AD 16/03. On 18 August 2016 the CAS Anti-Doping Panel decided in CAS OG AD 16/03 that: - the Athlete committed an anti-doping rule violation; - he was declared ineligible to compete in all competitions in which he had not yet participated at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games; - he was excluded from the Rio Games; - his accreditation (number 1210046) was withdrawn; and - the matter, as to consequences associated therewith, was referred to the UCI accordingly. After publication of the Award in CAS OG AD 16/03 the Panel resumed the suspended proceedings in CAS OG AD 16/06. Also in this case the Athlete accepted the test results, waived his right to be heard for the CAS Panel and didn’t file a statement in his defence. Considering the test results in this case the CAS Anti-Doping Division Panel decides on 20 August 2016: 1.) The Athlete has committed an anti-doping rule violation in accordance with Article 2.1 of the IOC Anti-Doping Rules applicable to the Olympic Games Rio 2016. 2.) The responsibility for the Athlete's results management in terms of sanction beyond the Olympic Games Rio 2016 is referred to the UCI being the applicable International Federation. 3.) All remaining requests for relief are denied as moot.

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