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    This item only references the new ADP from 2021, which arbitrarily increased the number of individual bans required within a year from 3 to 4 (section 12.3.2).

    The ItG article mentioned what I also wondered about, i.e. the seemingly forgotten Tblisi re-test rule. Three and you're out for a year. Shouldn't that have been evoked earlier even?

    And of course the Tokyo rules themselves haven't changed either. If we go by announcement date, these ROU cases fall within the qualification window too.

    I guess the specific number of 4 irks me. The news implies 3 cases wouldn't have been enough, even though we have precedent? Does the new ADP supersede both the Tblisi rule AND the Tokyo rules?!
    Last edited by erpel; 02-02-2021 at 08:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erpel View Post
    The ItG article mentioned what I also wondered about, i.e. the seemingly forgotten Tblisi re-test rule. Three and you're out for a year. Shouldn't that have been evoked earlier even?
    My understanding is that the IWF Executive Board cannot enact sanctions under the Tiblisi rule until the Independent Member Federations Sanctions Panel (IMFSP) formally reports their findings and makes a recommendation to the Executive Board.

    Perhaps the IMFSP isn't meeting regularly? Or something is occurring that is slowing down its deliberations?

    Don't forget that until December 2019, the members on the IMFSP were directly appointed by the Executive Board (and the Executive Board contained representatives from member federations that risked being sanctioned). The ITA was only recently given approval to independently appoint the members on the IMFSP panel.
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    Speaking of unclear means of communication, there should've been a statement on Vietnam as well. Right now it's basically various outsiders counting sanctions and wondering, "well, is anything going to happen?".

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    IWF reports that the International Testing Agency (ITA) is asserting an anti-doping rule violation against Mr. Jean Yannick Coret (MRI) in accordance with Article 2.4 of the IWF ADP.
    https://www.iwf.net/2021/02/12/public-disclosure-188/

    2.4 = whereabouts failure

    He last competed in 2015.

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    IWF reports that Mr, Ángel José LUNA MARÍN (VEN) has returned an Adverse Analytical Finding for Boldenone and its metabolite (S1.1 Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS)).
    https://www.iwf.net/2021/02/22/public-disclosure-189/

    96kg lifter, 11th at 2019 WWC.

    This is the 3rd positive for Venezuela within a (rolling) year.

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    If you want to put a metric on how f*#ked the sport is -

    'Many Member Federations support the sport’s current leaders.

    Intarat wrote to all of them seeking their backing for his candidacy.

    He needed 39 letters of approval to be eligible as he was standing without the support of his own National Federation.

    Despite Thailand’s many problems with doping, and its prominent role in the German TV programme, his nomination was endorsed by 48 Member Federations.
    '

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    Three more old positives (?), these lifters haven't competed in many years:

    IWF reports that sample no. 2488276 collected from Mr. Islam Ahmed Zain Mahmoud (EGY) has returned an Adverse Analytical Finding metandienone (S1.1 Anabolic Androgenic Steroids).

    IWF reports that sample no. 2488114 collected from Ms. Sara Abdelrahman (EGY) has returned an Adverse Analytical Finding metandienone (S1.1 Anabolic Androgenic Steroids).

    IWF reports that sample no. 2488113 collected from Ms. Shaimaa Gamal Maged (EGY) has returned an Adverse Analytical Finding metandienone (S1.1 Anabolic Androgenic Steroids).
    https://www.iwf.net/2021/02/27/public-disclosure-190/
    https://www.iwf.net/2021/02/27/public-disclosure-191/
    https://www.iwf.net/2021/02/27/public-disclosure-192/

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