TOP South African mountain biker Max Knox has been found guilty of a doping offense and banned for four years, the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) announced today. He was charged for suspicious variations in his Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) that indicated doping. He could not satisfactorily explain to a panel of international…Details
The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport is pleased to share its Annual Report 2017/18 which includes an overview of its legislative mandate and strategic objectives, organizational performance and accomplishments, and financials as audited by the Auditor-General SA. This Report covers the events of the past financial year starting April 2017 to March 2018. …Details
The new WADA List of Prohibited Substances and Methods for 2019 has been published. It will come into effect 1st January 2019.
Also see the Prohibited List 2019 – Summary of Major Modifications; and the
Substances on the 2019 Monitoring Programme.
Be aware of products like “FitGen” – advertised as “Youth performance nutrition parents can trust” – that make themselves guilty of using false claims, such as being registered with the “Drug Free Association” or “Approved / Certified by WADA”. No anti-doping authority (locally or abroad), including the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the SA Institute…Details
A year-long investigation and tip-offs from whistleblowers have resulted in bans for three cyclists in the past 18 months, says the South African Institute for Drug Free Sport (SAIDS). The organisation’s CEO Khalid Galant revealed that the convictions arose from “phase one of an investigation being undertaken in collaboration with the Department of Priority Crimes…Details