ANTI-DOPING

IFA Anti-Doping Rules
Regarding to the World Anti-Doping Code (valid from 1.1.2015) the IFA Executive Board adopted the “IFA Anti-Doping Rules based on Wada’s Models of Best Practice for IFA Anti Doping Rules WADA_ valid from 1 January 2015

List of Prohibited Substances and Methods

The 2019 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods can be found here. The List, which is updated annually, comes into force on 1st January 2019. A summary of major modifications and explanatory notes can be found here.

The 2018 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods can be found here.

The 2017 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods can be found.

IFA Test Distribution Plan (TDP)
IFA is doing Out-of-Competition testing (OOCT) as urine test and blood test as well as In-Competition testing (ICT). The main target event for 2017 is The World Games Fistball Tournament 22 – 25 July Wroclaw (POL)

Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE)
Athlete to complete sections 1, 5, 6 and 7; physician to complete sections 2, 3 and 4. THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTION (TUE) APPLICATION FORM

IFA Testing Pool
Regarding to the IFA Anti-Doping regulation Article 5.6.6. IFA establishes a IFA Anti-Doping Testing Pool 2017 of 6 athletes based on the team results of the prior IFA World Championships.

IFA Annual Statistical Anti-Doping Report
As per Art. 14.4 of the World Anti-Doping Code IFA provides an annual statistical Anti-Doping report.
IFA Anti Doping Report 2018

World Anti-Doping Code
The World Anti-Doping Code can be found here.

WADA International Standards

The WADA International Standards can be found here.
These include the following Standards: Prohibited List, Testing, Therapeutic Use Exemptions, Laboratories, Protection of Privacy and Personal information.

WADA Educational Material
Therapeutic Use Exemptions
Athlete Whereabouts

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