Montreal, July 10, 2012 – World Anti-Doping President John Fahey has called on athletes who are doping to withdraw from their national teams and stay away from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. With less than three weeks to the opening ceremony of London 2012, Mr. Fahey has taken the opportunity to highlight the […]
By July 6, the IWF has carried out 1114 doping tests concentrating on the 84 countries qualified for the London 2012 Olympic Games. 596 In-Competition (IC) and 536 Out-Of-Competition (OOC) controls were effectuated in the past six months. All Continental Qualification Events were tested with a minimum control of 30% of the competing athletes. The […]
Sportsmen and women around the world should use their expertise and experience to help strengthen the World Anti-Doping Code, said WADA Athlete Committee member Dr. Sara Fischer. The Code is currently undergoing a two-year review that will culminate in a new version being approved at the World Conference on Doping in Sport in November 2013. […]
WADA has launched a new Digital Library designed to make WADA’s education and information tools more accessible to its stakeholders. The Library will assist stakeholders in developing their education programs by pin-pointing tools available for the target groups they wish to reach. Results of a survey of 597 WADA stakeholders in January 2011 revealed that […]
The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled on the 25th May 2012 that: The Appeal filed by Ms. Mita Overvliet on 23 December 2011 against the decision dated 2 December 2011 rendered by the IWF Doping Hearing Panel is dismissed. The decision rendered by the IWF Doping Hearing Panel on 2 December 2011 is confirmed. […]
A 26-year-old Bulgarian man has passed away in Bulgaria’s Varna as a result of the continuous intake of anabolic steroids. The young man died just hours after he was admitted to the Toxicology Clinic at the hospital of the Bulgarian Navy in the Black Sea city of Varna. He was diagnosed with steroid intoxication, and […]
The deputy director of the World Anti Doping Laboratory in Cologne Dr Hans Geyer says that painkillers fulfil all the requirements of a doping substance. Dr Hans Geyer has been evaluating doping control forms and urine samples for a decade looking for evidence of pain medication. He found that athletes in many fields are taking […]
By David Bond BBC sports editor The World Anti Doping Agency has revised its code to include an “Olympic ban” for serious drugs offenders. The British Olympic Association (BOA) recently lost a legal battle to keep its lifetime ban for drugs cheats. But Wada’s revised draft of the code means athletes guilty of serious doping […]
WADA’s Director General resolved to uphold integrity of sport David Howman, WADA’s Director General, travels from conference to conference, from meeting to meeting and talks about integrity, honesty and the fight against doping. He listens and he learns, and ensures that practices are put in place and upheld. If you believe in clean sport he […]
With the closeness of the London 2012 Olympic Games we wish to update you on the results of the Anti-Doping controls carried out in January-April 2012. All NFs shall promptly be aware of any potential changes in the Qualification points. African Championships – Continental Olympic Qualification Event: 1 positive case European Championships – Continental Olympic […]
Methylhexaneamine is classed as an S6. Stimulant on the Prohibited List.
Any product that contains any of the following ingredients on the label will be reported as an Adverse Analytical Finding for Methylhexaneamine:
Geranuim -oil, -extract, -flower, -stems, -leaves, Methylhexaneamine; Methylhexanamine; DMAA (dimethylamylamine); Geranamine; Forthane; Forthan; Floradrene; 2-hexanamine, 4-methyl-; 2-hexanamine, 4-methyl- (9CI); 4-methyl-2-hexanamine; 1,3-dimethylamylamine; 4-Methylhexan-2-amine; 1,3-dimethylpentylamine; 2-amino-4-methylhexane; Pentylamine, 1, 3-dimethyl-.
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USADA announced today that Jane Lock, of Colorado Springs, Colo., an athlete in the sport of Judo, has received a two-year suspension for committing an anti-doping rule violation in which she failed to file her whereabouts information. Lock, 24, is a member of the USADA National Testing Pool, which consists of a select group of […]