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On Your Marks! The WADA of All Doping Bust-ups soon come

Postby howzdat » Mon Nov 09, 2015 4:38 pm

Athletics doping: Wada commission wants Russia ban

Oh yeah, On Your Marks! The WADA of All Doping Bust-ups soon come ... but don't be too hasty to point fingers at the bear ONLY. Some laundry gonna be washed out in public on this one. As we used to say as children when a fellow was headed for trouble: pim, pim!!! Is big trouble ahead! And is who can say is who clean of performance enhancing drugs

n response to WADA's Independent Commission report issued today, the IAAF President, Sebastian Coe, has taken the urgent step of seeking approval from his fellow IAAF Council Members to consider sanctions against the Russian Athletics Federation (ARAF). These sanctions could include provisional and full suspension and the removal of future IAAF events.

Commenting on the report, the IAAF President said: "The information in WADA's Independent Commissions Report is alarming. We need time to properly digest and understand the detailed findings included in the report. However, I have urged the Council to start the process of considering sanctions against ARAF. This step has not been taken lightly. Our athletes, partners and fans have my total assurance that where there are failures in our governance or our anti-doping programmes we will fix them. We will do whatever it takes to protect the clean athletes and rebuild trust in our sport. The IAAF will continue to offer the police authorities our full co-operation into their ongoing investigation.

IAAF - Member Federation suspension and other sanction process
- IAAF Council to decide whether to proceed with a potential sanctions' process against a Member Federation.

- The Member Federation is asked to respond to the allegations and proposed sanctions.

- IAAF Council to consider the Member Federation response as soon as possible and make a decision on next steps
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IAAF STATEMENT – WADA’S INDEPENDENT COMMISSION REPORT

THE INDEPENDENT COMMISSION REPORT #1

323 Pages to rhatid!!!
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His name is Reedie, with a cause, & here he comes!

Postby howzdat » Mon Nov 09, 2015 6:31 pm

Sir Craig Reedie & his team telling all of them that he come to clean-up so they better get: On Your Marks! because The WADA of All Doping Bust-ups soon come :!:

Yep, His name is Reedie, with a cause, & here he comes!

PS: And if any of you wannabe young & upcoming athletes reading my craziness tek it from me, don't succumb to the temptation!

On Your Marks! The WADA of All Doping Bust-ups soon come
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Postby AFRO » Tue Nov 10, 2015 5:34 am

BUT WAIT!!..MORE SCANDAL IN MIKE'S SPORT? :shock: BWAHAHAHAHAHA NO-WONDER THAT WUKLESS OLD SKUNT IS HIDING IN DI OTHER FORUM!!.. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Lord di nails just keep BANGING into DOPEletics coffin to rhatid!!.. :D

And meanwhile Cricket nice and CLEAN!! 8-) .
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Postby mikesiva » Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:41 am

Afro, maybe if you'd read the 323-page report, like I have, you wouldn't make such ignorant statements....
:D
This is an investigation of RUSADA, which is the Russian drug-testing authority, and it tests ALL sports. Despite the media slant, it's clear they didn't read the report properly either.

In essence, it's this:

Russians have failed 225 drug tests across 89 sports since 2013, and track and field athletes make up only 42 of those failed tests. The other 183 came from other sports.

The director of RUSADA has been taking bribes from sports men and women from ALL sports to cover up failed drug tests....

If cricket was played in Russia, they would be implicated by this as well. This does not affect track and field athletics in the Caribbean.
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Postby howzdat » Fri Nov 13, 2015 4:49 pm

IAAF PROVISIONALLY SUSPENDS RUSSIAN MEMBER FEDERATION ARAF

The Council of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has provisionally suspended the All-Russia Athletic Federation (ARAF) as an IAAF Member with immediate effect.

The decision was taken at today’s 201st IAAF Council Meeting which was held by teleconference and chaired from London by IAAF President Sebastian Coe.

A total of 24 Members of Council took part in the meeting: 22 voted in favour of the sanction against ARAF, who have been officially informed of the Council’s decision, 1 voted against. The Council Member from Russia was not eligible to participate in the vote.

Commenting on the decision, IAAF President Sebastian Coe said: “Today we have been dealing with the failure of ARAF and made the decision to provisionally suspend them, the toughest sanction we can apply at this time. But we discussed and agreed that the whole system has failed the athletes, not just in Russia, but around the world.

"This has been a shameful wake up call and we are clear that cheating at any level will not be tolerated. To this end, the IAAF, WADA, the member federations and athletes need to look closely at ourselves, our cultures and our processes to identify where failures exist and be tough in our determination to fix them and rebuild trust in our sport. There can be no more important focus for our sport”

Frankie Fredericks read a statement on behalf of the IAAF Athletes Commission: "The IAAF Athletes’ Commission is extremely disappointed and concerned regarding the recent developments and allegations directed at our sport."

"We are angry at the damage being caused to the reputation and credibility of athletics and are united alongside our President to not shy away from the major challenges that face our sport. The athletes will work together to continue the process of cleaning up athletics to ensure those athletes training and competing cleanly are not tainted by the minority.

"We send a clear message to clean athletes in a dirty system to report any doping or cheating that they see or hear about. We are 100% in support of President Coe and believe that he is the leader that our sport needs to instigate the necessary actions swiftly and strongly."

Using its powers under the IAAF Constitution Article 6.11(b) and Article 14.7 the members of the IAAF Council provisionally suspended ARAF on charges of breach of the Objects of the IAAF.

The IAAF’s Objects include amongst others developing and maintaining programmes aimed at eradicating doping from the sport and safeguarding the authenticity and integrity of Athletics.

CONSEQUENCES OF PROVISIONAL SUSPENSION

- athletes, and athlete support personnel from Russia may not compete in International Competitions including World Athletic Series competitions and the Olympic Games

- Russia will not be entitled to host the 2016 World Race Walking Cup (Cheboksary) and 2016 World Junior Championships (Kazan)*

- that ARAF delegates the conduct of all outstanding doping cases to CAS

The provisional suspension does not:

- prevent athletes in Russia from participating in domestic competitions

- remove or waive the obligations on international level athletes in Russia to comply with the IAAF Anti-Doping Rules, including continuing to be subject to out of competition testing

* IAAF will announce the reallocation or cancellation of these two IAAF World Athletics Series events as soon as possible.

NEXT STEPS

- Unless ARAF voluntarily accepts a full suspension, the IAAF is entitled to proceed to a full hearing on whether the provisional suspension should be made a full suspension.

- To regain membership to the IAAF the new federation would have to fulfil a list of criteria. An inspection team led by Independent Chair Rune Andersen, an independent international anti-doping expert (Norwegian) and three members of the IAAF Council who will be appointed in the next few days.


Other business

IAAF GOVERNANCE

President Sebastian Coe also took the council through his reform programme.

He has asked Paul Deighton, former CEO of LOCOG and UK Government Minister, to oversee the programme which will be carried out by Deloitte.

Forensic accountants from Deloitte and the leading legal firm Freshfields began work at the IAAF HQ yesterday. He also told the Council that he will create an integrity unit for athletics consisting of an independent integrity board and review panels.

The unit will cover all areas of integrity for international level athletes and athlete support personnel (anti-doping, illegal betting, anti-corruption, transfers of allegiance and age manipulation.

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Re: On Your Marks! The WADA of All Doping Bust-ups soon come

Postby AFRO » Fri Jan 29, 2016 10:26 am

BWAHAHAHAH lord di love of mike's life is FALLING TO PIECES bhai!!...and now Addidas pulling dem money out!!..dem nah want be associated with a DRUG FILLED SPORT to rhatid!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Hold on!!..what's that noise? oh yeah!!..i think that's MIKE'S HEART BREAKING!!! :D .
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Postby howzdat » Mon Sep 26, 2016 3:37 am

UKAD- Protecting the Right to Participate in Clean Sport

There are specific requirements for when an athlete needs to apply for a TUE depending on their competition level. The search options below determine when an athlete needs to apply to UK Anti-Doping for a TUE.

International athletes (as defined by their International Federation) should submit TUE applications to their International Federation.

A Retroactive TUE is required for athletes at the following levels of competition:

1. Athletes outside of the UK Testing Pool
2. Domestic events not listed in National Level Section
3. Events where the TUE requirements of international bodies apply

RETROACTIVE PROCEDURE FOR A TUE
Athletes have five (5) working days to make a Retroactive TUE application to UK Anti-Doping following the receipt of an Adverse Analytical Finding (AAF)


Applying for a TUE after 'adverse' test results :!: :!: Can we really take results in athletic sporting competition at face value anymore :?:

Why don't we simply invite all the pharmaceutical corporate giants to sponsor the Olympics and freely advertise their wares on the electronic hoardings track-side :?:

Welcome to the Dopolympics ... not for those afraid of needles or the thought of blood replacement therapy!

What a pity that Ben Johnson couldn't claim that if he didn't have 'help' to keep his stutter under control he would be a gibbering wreck at the starting line, unable to stop himself from collapsing in a heap of molten flesh & bones right before our eyes as the echo from the starters pistol blasted his eardrums, triggering tidal waves of shock & awe throughout the entire known Universe :ugeek: :ugeek: :ugeek:
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Postby howzdat » Mon Sep 26, 2016 12:35 pm

As I said in the beginning, this one will run & run like a good soapy opera!

So, only today I was thinking about some earlier posts that I made on this site referring to the time honoured ceremony (hosted by a renowned Royal Majesty) during which an especially worthy subject kneels upon a cushioned 'low-stool' and has a famed sword rested pon his or her shoulder as a mark of distinction and lifelong (en) title (ment). And after said personage arises they are forever more to be known throughout the realm and far beyond as Sir or Lady this or that ... for example Sir Lord Baje of the Bluefoots!

I was thinking about such things and seeing the whole situation as a special sort of club to which the likes of you & you are very unlikely to be invited ... & howzabout me I hear you wonder??? Well, I don't need ANY invitation to participate in a ceremonial bestowing of grace and favour! Nah, I does just dream up crazy scenarios and wallah a Sir or Lady is born right out of the depths of my fertile imagination. I am certain you will testify to that truth! Good.

Which leads us seamlessly to the matter in hand.

Having chosen to unburden the aforementioned imagination of some 'irreverent malware' under the title (lord is that T-word again!) On Your Marks! No Wriggling! Typing needs no TUE papers!, we can now read a fellow Sired One, Dave Brailsford defending (i really mean Wriggling passionately for) Sir Bradley Wiggins against any sort of preposterous conjecture that he (Wiggins), a world renowned, anointed Champion peddler' did have an unfair advantage whilst racing against other cyclists whilst under the influence of TUE' papers!

The Sire's defence of Wiggins against accusation that TUEs are a form of nobbling is worthy of repetition below with no additional comment by yours truly. Read on ... but do not forget that I did advise that you be
On Your Marks! (because) The WADA of All Doping Bust-ups soon come. :oops: :oops:

:?: :?: I wonder what Lord Coe's special advisers are whispering in his ear :?: :?:
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Postby howzdat » Mon Sep 26, 2016 12:41 pm

Sir Bradley Wiggins: Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford defends use of TUEs

Sir David Brailsford has defended Sir Bradley Wiggins' use of a banned steroid before major races, saying Team Sky "do not cross the line" when it comes to performance-enhancing drugs.

Britain's most decorated Olympian took anti-inflammatory drug triamcinolone for allergies and respiratory issues.

The cyclist said he sought therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) to "put himself back on a level playing field".

"It was not being used to enhance performance," Brailsford said.

Speaking to BBC sports editor Dan Roan, he added: "I have known Bradley a long time and he is an asthma sufferer and he has struggled with allergies for as long as I have known him.

"I know that at the time there was a recommendation to see a specialist, he went to see a specialist and was then given permission by the authorities.

"I trust and believe in the integrity of that process."

Brailsford also said:

He was aware at the time of what Wiggins was taking;
He has complete trust in Team Sky's doctors;
Given the information he had at that time, he would make the same decision now;
He does not believe that Wiggins' or Team Sky's reputations have been tainted.
Wiggins' use of the substance has come under scrutiny following revelations made by Russian computer hackers known as Fancy Bears last week.

The details were revealed after the group accessed the private medical data of some of the world's leading athletes from the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada).

Wiggins' TUEs were approved by British authorities and cycling's world governing body the UCI.

There is no suggestion that either the 36-year-old or Team Sky, his former team, have broken any rules.

What are therapeutic use exemptions?
A TUE allows an athlete, for medical reasons, to take a banned substance or have treatment that is otherwise prohibited.
The Wada rules for obtaining TUEs include: the banned drug can only be used to treat an acute or chronic medical condition, it must be highly unlikely to produce any additional enhancement of performance and that there's no reasonable therapeutic alternative.


According to the Beeb there is 'More to follow'.

:D :D :D :D :D It's like I told you ... On Your Marks! The WADA of All Doping Bust-ups soon come
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Postby howzdat » Mon Sep 26, 2016 1:16 pm



Phew what a relief! For a while I thought that word was Aristocrat! Which dareisay would have made it a substance truly fit for a knight of the realm :oops: :oops:

Aristocrat
ˈarɪstəkrat,əˈrɪst-
noun
a member of the aristocracy.
"a decadent old blue-blooded aristocrat"
synonyms: nobleman, noblewoman, lord, lady, peer, peeress, peer of the realm, patrician, grandee, titled man/woman/person
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