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27.03.2006

Sanction on the Indian Federation

Regrettably, four adverse analytical findings were reported on the occasion of doping controls carried out on the Indian national team members, this year. The Indian Weightlifting Federation has been suspended the duration of which will be decided by the IWF Executive Board at the end of May. The four competitors concerned are Ms.Bodari Prameelavalli, Ms.Pujari […]

14.03.2006

Decision in the interest of doping-free Olympic Games 2008

This is to remind the National Federations, as well as the IWF Committees? Members of the decision taken by the IWF Executive Board in March 2004 and approved later by the Congress. In compliance with the above decision – competitors having committed doping offence on the occasion of in or out of competition tests in […]

22.12.2005

Adverse Analytical Findings at 2005 World Championships

Adverse Analytical Findings have been reported on the following participants of the 2005 World Championships: W69kg/Ms.Fontan Valeria/ARG, M62kg/Salah Al Yazidi/QAT and M94kg/Utsar Andrus/EST. Pre-World Ch.ships Adverse Analytical Findings have been reported after the World Championships on Ms.Saipin 63kg/THA, consequently her competition results are also annulled. As per the rules, they are provisionally suspended until all […]

15.12.2005

IWF Doping Hearing Panel held hearings in Doha, on 14 November 2005

The results of the hearings are as follows: Halil MUTLU (TUR) was ruled ineligible for two years for an Anti-Doping Rule Violation under Art. 2.1 of the IWF Anti-Doping Policy. Sedat ARTUC (TUR) was ruled ineligible for two years for an Anti-Doping Rule Violation under Art. 2.3 of the IWF Anti-Doping Policy. Ms. Nastassia NOVIKAVA […]

29.11.2005

Doping Controls at 2005 World Championships, Doha, QAT

A total of 91 controls were done: 53 men from 34 countries and 38 women from 19 countries were controlled. The assistance from the group formed for the 2006 Asian Games was a great help for our task. This group was fully trained in all phases of the sampling. It was also a great occasion […]

29.11.2005

IWF Executive Board decision on the sanctions imposed on the Nigerian Federation

I. Preamble The IWF Executive Board hereby acknowledge the achievements of the Nigerian Weightlifting Federation (“NWF”) and its valuable contribution to the Weightlifting Sport. The IWF Executive Board express the need to all member National Federations to strengthen the Anti-Doping Program within their countries. II. Sanctions 1. The NWF shall be suspended from all international […]

29.11.2005

IWF Executive Board decision on the sanctions imposed on the Turkish Federation

I. Preamble The IWF Executive Board hereby acknowledge the achievements of the Turkish Weightlifting Federation (“TWF”) having organised several international events and its valuable contribution to the Weightlifting Sport. The IWF Executive Board express the need to all member National Federations to strengthen the Anti-Doping Program within their countries. II. Sanctions 1. The TWF shall […]

27.10.2005

Dr. Tamas Ajan rejects allegations

Dr. Tam�s Aj�n, President of the International Weightlifting Federation, Member of the International Olympic Committee and General Secretary of the Hungarian Olympic Committee categorically rejects any allegations based on reports concerning his position as General Secretary of the Hungarian Olympic Committee and will take legal action against the media publishing such accusations. The decision of […]

24.05.2004