AEPSAD 2015 AEPSAD vs respondent E14

Facts
The Spanish Agency for the Protection of Health in Sport (Agencia Española de Protección de la Salud en el Deporte, AEPSAD) charges respondent E14 for a violation of the Anti-Doping rules. During a doping control in February 21, 2015, a sample was taken for doping test purposes. Analysis of the sample showed the presence of cannabis which is a prohibited substances according the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) 2015 prohibited list. It is regarded as a specified substance.

History
The respondent did not send any written submissions.
Although the panel does not consider cannabis as a substance that will enhance sport performance, it is forbidden to use it.

Decision
- The sanction is a period of ineligibility of two years.
- The sanction starts from the date of the notification.
- During the sanction the athlete can not use the facilities from the sport for which he holds his licence.
- The sanction will be published on the website of the AEPSAD.

Original document

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Legal Source
National Decisions
Date
21 August 2015
Arbitrator
Gómez Bastida, Enrique
Original Source
Agencia Española de Protección de la Salud en el Deporte (AEPSAD)
Country
Spain
Language
Spanish
ADRV
Adverse Analytical Finding / presence
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Specified substance
Sport/IFs
Swimming (FINA) - International Swimming Federation
Other organisations
Agencia Española de Protección de la Salud en el Deporte (AEPSAD) - Spanish Agency for the Protection of Health in Sport
Laboratories
Barcelona, Spain: Antidoping Laboratory Fundació Institut Mar D'Investigacions Mèdiques (IMIM)
Doping classes
S8. Cannabinoids
Substances
Cannabis (THC)
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Date generated
18 December 2015
Date of last modification
22 December 2015
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