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THE WADA 2019 PROHIBITED LIST, TOGETHER WITH THE OVERVIEW OF ADJUSTMENTS WAS FORWARDED BY THE RUSSIAN PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE TO THE RUSSIAN NATIONAL TEAMS AND PARALYMPIC SPORTS FEDERATIONS

18 October 2018

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published a list of prohibited substances and methods for 2019 - the Prohibited List 2019.

 The Russian Paralympic Committee sent the Prohibited List 2019 and the Review of Major Changes with explanations in Russian to senior coaches, doctors and massage therapists who are members of the Russian national sports teams in Paralympic sports, as well as to all Russian Paralympic Sports Federations. These documents are also published on the RPC website in the Anti-Doping section.

The new Prohibited List will take effect on January 1, 2019.

 The Russian Paralympic Committee presented the Educational Anti-Doping Program in 2017 at the Paralympic Sports House with the participation of an independent international expert appointed by WADA working in Russia to assist in returning the compliance status of RUSADA to WADA Code Peter-Richard Nicholson, leaders and representatives of the National Paralympic Committees, the International Wheelchair an Amputee Federation (IWAS).

 The Russian Paralympic Commitee has currently held 89 seminars, during which 1,833 Russian athletes, coaches and specialists from Russian national teams were trained. In order to implement the seminars, the RPC, together with the independent international experts of WADA and RUSADA experts, trained 15 lecturers. In order to create an open environment with zero tolerance for doping and protecting the purity of sports, the RCC produced special propaganda attributes, placed in the second issue of the Paralympic Sport magazine background information on the anti-doping support of athletes, the RCC hotline, testing of medical products, distance education RUSADA platform and a special crossword puzzle where you can test your knowledge in the field of anti-doping.

 Press Service of the  Russian Paralympic Committee 





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