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Valid from 1st January – December 31st 2008
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SOME IMPORTANT REMINDERS . 1 WADA PROHIBITED LIST 2008. 2 HOW CAN I CHECK MEDICATIONS . 3 THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTION APPLICATIONS . 4 THE TUE PROCESS . 5-6 ASTHMA GUIDE . 7-8 COMMON MEDICATIONS . 9-10 WHAT HAPPENS IN A SPORTS DRUG TEST .11 INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES DIRECTORY .12 0800 DRUGFREE 0800 378-437 CORTICOSTEROIDS – Banned In-Competition
Corticosteroids (technically known as glucocorticosteroids) are subject to different restrictions depending on the manner in which they are administered. Kenacort, Prednisone, Dexamethasone, are all examples of corticosteroids. ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE CORRECT THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTION HAS BEEN GRANTED BEFORE USINGCORTICOSTEROIDS. REFER TO PAGE 4 FOR MORE DETAILS.
ASTHMA MEDICATIONS – Check them fi rst
Most relievers and preventers require an Abbreviated Therapeutic Use Exemption. Oral corticosteroids like Prednisone for severe asthma still require a Standard Therapeutic Use Exemption.
ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE CORRECT THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTION HAS BEEN APPLIED FOR BEFORE USING ASTHMA TREATMENTS. REFER TO PAGE 7 FOR MORE DETAILS.
CANNABIS – Banned In-Competition
Cannabis remains on the WADA Prohibited List for 2008. WADA has deemed that cannabinoids meet 2 of the 3 designated criteria: • performance enhancing.
• harmful to health.
• contrary to the spirit of sport. Traces of cannabis may be detected in a sports doping test many weeks after it was last taken.
"All medications need to be checked but if you are subject to one or more of
the following conditions it is likely that prohibited substances will be part of
the recommended treatment; asthma, severe hay fever or other allergic
reactions, diabetes, ADHD, hair loss, severe acne and other severe skin
Every time you require some kind of medical / surgical intervention you need to ensure that any substances administered are either permitted or are essential and qualify for a TUE, this includes dental surgery. Ensure that you inform every doctor or specialist who treats you of your status as an athlete and request that (if it is not already there) a note alerting all relevant people to that status be added to your ﬁ le.
Prohibited List 2008
PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES AND PROHIBITED IN COMPETITION
S6 Stimulants - pseudoephedrine
Here is a summary of the classes and caffeine are permitted. BZP on the 2008 list and comment on (benzylpiperizine), the active points which most frequently cause ingredient in some party pills confusion. For the ofﬁ cial and is a banned stimulant.
deﬁ nitive version refer to the web S7 Narcotics - Codeine,
dextropropoxyphene, PROHIBITED AT ALL TIMES
dihydrocodeine, diphenoxylate, S1 Anabolic Agents – Testosterone
ethylmorphine, pholcodine, replacement therapy is propoxyphene, and tramadol are permitted. All non steroidal anti- S2 Hormones and related
inﬂ ammatories as well as over substances Insulin is prohibited the counter analgesics are without a Standard TUE.
S3 Beta-2 Agonists - Formoterol,
salbutamol, salmeterol and terbutaline are permitted by inhalation with an abbreviated All glucocorticosteroids are TUE (refer to website). All other prohibited when administered use is prohibited.
orally, rectally, intravenously or S4 Hormone Antagonists and
intramuscularly. Their use requires a Modulators – Examples Standard Therapeutic Use Exemption - Aromatase inhibitors, clomophene, cyclofenil, Except as indicated below, other S5 Diuretics and other Masking
routes of administration require Agents - Includes, Probenicid, an Abbreviated Therapeutic Use plasma expanders, ﬁ nasteride Exemption. (eg: Asthma Inhalers).
M1 Enhancement of oxygen transfer
Topical preparations when used for - Note: Includes blood doping.
dermatological, aural/otic, nasal, M2 Chemical and Physical
buccal cavity, and ophthalmologic Manipulation. Intravenous disorders are not prohibited and so Infusion is prohibited.
do not require any form of TUE.
M3 Gene Doping.
PROHIBITED IN PARTICULAR
SPORTS IN COMPETITION
Refer to www.drugfreesport.org.nzfor sports list.
0800 DRUGFREE 0800 378-437 HOW CAN I CHECK
There are 3 easy ways to check the status of
a medication before you take it.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Drug Free Sport NZ can only give advice on
medications purchased in New Zealand. If you are overseas and require
help please use one of the numbers listed on the inside of the back
cover of this booklet.
CHECK THE STATUS WITH A
Doctors, Pharmacists, Dentists and others have access to the MIMS New Ethicals Catalogue. This contains the status of medications and details any exemption that is necessary before the medication can be used.
CALL 0800 DRUGFREE
Our staff are happy to assist with any information related to the status of medications and supplements. We can also assist with TUE processes and any other questions you may have related to medications. This service is available during normal working hours. After hours, the service will provide you with a list of alternative numbers for emergency situations.
For easy instructions text the word ‘drug info' to 556.
This is a world ﬁ rst service that allows you to check on the status of a medications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from your mobile phone.
NEW TXT SERVICE
Simply text the word drug, followed by a space, then that allows you to
ingredient name or the product name 556.
check the status on a
You will receive a message back informing you of the status of the medication or ingredient in sport.
You can even check what medications are permitted in sport for a particular illness or symptom by texting the word drug, followed by a space, then the symptom or illness to 556.
NOTE TXTS COST 20C PER MSG Texts cost 20 cents per message.
GETTING THERAPEUTIC USE
EXEMPTION TO USE SUBSTANCES
ON THE PROHIBITED LIST
Athletes who are designated as "International Level' must submit
all TUE's to their International Federation and meet any additional
requirements they may have. Please contact the relevant National
Sports Organisation to check the athlete's status and to ensure that
the correct forms are submitted.
THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTIONS (TUE)
Athletes, like all others, may have illnesses or conditions that require them
to take particular medications. If the medication an athlete is required to
take to treat an illness or condition happens to fall under the Prohibited List,
a Therapeutic Use Exemption may give that athlete the authorisation to take
the needed medicine.
WHAT ARE THE CRITERIA FOR GRANTING A TUE?
• The athlete would experience signiﬁ cant health problems without taking
the prohibited substance or method; • The therapeutic use of the substance would not produce signiﬁ cant enhancement of performance, and; • There is no reasonable therapeutic alternative to the use of the otherwise prohibited substance or method.
What is the difference between an Abbreviated TUE and a Standard TUE? STANDARD TUE
Only for corticosteriods by non-systemic For any treatment involving a substance routes (local routes of administration or method on the Prohibited List which is other than dermatological applications not covered under the Abbreviated TUE which are not prohibited and do not require any TUE) and for beta-2 agonists (formoterol, salbutamol, salmeterol and terbutaline) by inhalation.
Using the Abbreviated TUE Form.
Using the Standard TUE Form.
A notiﬁ cation is sent to the athlete by the Will be reviewed by a TUE Committee.
relevant organisation upon receipt of a duly completed request. Note: A review by the TUEC may be initiated at any time during the duration of the TUE.
Athlete can begin treatment as soon If approved, athlete can begin treatment as the form has been received by the only after formal notiﬁ cation that the Exemption has been granted (except where "exceptional circumstances" apply).
HOW DO I APPLY FOR A TUE?
These forms are available from the Drug Free Sport NZ website:
www.drugfreesport.org.nz. If you are competing at International Level you
must obtain TUE forms from your International Federation's website.
0800 DRUGFREE 0800 378-437 Therapeutic Use Exemption
Doctor (or other) recommends medication.
CHECK STATUS OF MEDICATION
• MIMS New Ethicals Catalogue • 0800 DRUGFREE HOTLINE • DRUGSPACE - Txt info service You are advised substance is prohibited Discuss alternatives with Medical Professional If NO ALTERNATIVE, TUE form must be completed (In 4 emergency situations treatment may begin immediately) International Level athletes must download National Level athletes must download TUE from International Federation Site TUE from www.drugfreesport.org.nz TUE must be completed in full by prescribing doctor (or other) and all relevant supporting documentation attached. (Note that most applications require specialist support) National Level athletes must submit TUE to International Level athletes must submit TUE to their Drug Free Sport NZ Fax: 095746372 International Federation in the manner requested.
PO Box 18-339, Auckland International Federation reviews Abbreviated DFSNZ reviews Abbreviated TUE applications.
TUE applications. TUE Committee reviews all Standard DFSNZ TUE Committee reviews all Standard TUE applications.
Athlete and Medical Professional is informed as to whether the TUE application has been approved or rejected. The athlete is informed of conditions of approval including date of expiry and restrictions on use of the medication.
STANDARD INHALED ASTHMA MEDICATIONS BOTH "RELIEVERS"
(FORMOTEROL, SALBUTAMOL, SALMETEROL AND TERBUTALINE)
AND "PREVENTERS" (CORTICOSTEROIDS) STILL REQUIRE
AN ABBREVIATED TUE. REMEMBER THAT THE USE OF ORAL
CORTICOSTEROIDS LIKE PREDNISONE FOR SEVERE ASTHMA STILL
REQUIRES A STANDARD TUE AND SPECIALIST ENDORSEMENT.
ATHLETES WHO ARE DESIGNATED AS ‘INTERNATIONAL LEVEL' MUSTSUBMIT ALL TUE'S TO THEIR INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION AND MEETANY ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS THEY MAY HAVE. PLEASE CONTACTYOUR NATIONAL SPORTS ORGANISATION TO CHECK ON YOUR STATUSAND TO ENSURE THAT THE CORRECT FORMS ARE SUBMITTED.
ORAL ( TABLET / SYRUP )
PERMITTED Intal, Vicrom.
PROHIBITED without an
Bambec, Prednisolone, Prednisone, Corticosteroids (brown preventers) Ventolin (syrup), Volmax.
Beclazone 50, 100, 250 mcg, Flixotide, Pulmicort, Respocort (100 and Forte).
All antihistamines are permitted including Eye Drops, Nasal PROHIBITED without an
Drops, Topical Creams and Oral Abbreviated TUE
Medications, e.g. Avil, Claratyne, Beta 2 Agonists (blue relievers) Hismanal, Polaramine, Teldane, (e)formoterol, salbutamol, salmeterol and terbutaline only.
EXAMPLE Airomir, Asmol (Inc.
Uni-Dose), Bricanyl, Foradil, Oxis,
Respolin, Salbutamol, Serevent,
Symbicort, Ventolin (Inc. Forte
- inhaler only).
PROHIBITED Bambec, Berotec,
*NOTE: To justify use of beta 2 *NOTE: All corticosteroid products agonists, International Federations administered orally or systemically and Event Organisers (e.g. IOC) require a Standard TUE. Refer to may require results of tests the Drug Free Sport NZ website for proving asthma diagnosis, athletes details and instructions.
competing internationally must check requirements with their sport.
0800 DRUGFREE 0800 378-437 NOTE: THIS INFORMATION IS INTENDED TO BE A QUICK GUIDE
TO ASSIST ATHLETES IN TREATING NON-SERIOUS CONDITIONS.
ALWAYS ADVISE YOUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL THAT YOU ARE AN
ATHLETE SUBJECT TO SPORTS DRUG TESTING AND ASK THAT THEY
REFER TO THE MIMS - NEW ETHICALS CATALOGUE OR ASK THEM
TO CALL 0800 DRUGFREE TO CLARIFY STATUS OF SUBSTANCES.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SUPPLEMENTS ARE TAKEN AT YOUR OWN RISK.
We advise all athletes to practice caution when considering taking supplements due to the following reason: • Supplements are not manufactured under the same rigorous standards as pharmaceuticals.
• Some supplements have been cross-contaminated with banned substances (some studies have indicated up to 25% have been contaminated).
• Labelling laws are not the same in all countries. This could mean some ingredients are not listed on the bottle.
• Manufacturing standards vary greatly around the world.
Some supplement manufacturers use phrases such as "pharmaceutical standards" or "approved by XXX sports league". This does not indicate that they are safe for use within sports. Drug Free Sport NZ cannot determine the status of any supplement product in sport. This includes all nutritional, dietary and sports supplements.
PAIN / INFLAMMATION
All non-steroidal anti-inﬂ PROHIBITED without an
ammatories. Aspro, Cataﬂ am, Digesic, Disprin, Nurofen, Corticosteroids (brown preventers) Paracetamol, Panadeine, Ponstan, Beclazone 50, 100, 250 mcg, Tilcotil, Voltaren.
Flixotide, Pulmicort, Respocort (100 Only with an Abbreviated "TUE" and Forte). Beta 2 inhalers (blue - hydrocortisone local injections.
relievers). Salbutamol, terbutaline, salmeterol, formoterol (e.g.Ventolin, Oral corticosteroids, eg, Medrol, Bricanyl, Foradil, Oxis, Serevent, Prednisone. Products containing PROHIBITED
Other beta 2 inhalers and all
oral/systemic beta 2 agonists eg Bambec, Clenbuterol, oral Ventolin. No oral contraceptives currently Systemic corticosteroids e.g.
available are banned.
COUGH, COLD FLU
Corticosteroid preparations All antibiotics. Codral, Coldrex, e.g. Beta Cream/ointment, DP Sudafed, etc. - all products Lotion/Cream, Derm-Aid, Egocort, previously prohibited due to Hydrocortisone Cream, Locoid, "TUE's" (THERAPUTIC USE EXEMPTIONS)
There are 2 types Diastop, Imodium, Lomotil, ABBREVIATED for most inhaled asthma treatments.
STANDARD for use of all other Products containing morphine.
prohibited substances including; HAY FEVER
insulin, prednisone and ritalin.
Please check the Drug Free Sport NZ web site to ensure that any Antihistamines e.g. Claratyne, applications are completed fully and Drixine, Otrivine, Phenergan, Polaramine, Telfast, Zyrtec. Corticosteroid sprays e.g. Alanase, Atomase, Beconase, Flixonase.
• Do not take any medications given to you by others (athletes, coach, Intramuscular glucocorticosteroid etc.) without checking them ﬁ rst.
injections, products containing • Vitamin, herbal and nutritional supplements may contain banned SORE THROAT
substances not listed on the label. Use of these products is at the athlete's own risk.
Soluble asprin or paracetamol gargle, Difﬂ am.
For use of Prohibited Substances see page 4 - Getting Therapeutic Use Exemption to use substances on the Prohibited List.
Gastrolyte, Maxolon, Stemetil, Sea
0800 DRUGFREE 0800 378-437 Doping
Testing ofﬁ cial wearing Report to Doping identiﬁ cation notiﬁ es Control Station within 60 athlete. Athlete must minutes (Athlete may be stay within sight of Testing Ofﬁ cial CHOOSE KIT
Choose a sealed, clean Provide sample under Choose security kit sample collection direct sight of ofﬁ cial and verify numbers on bottles are the same COMPLETE
Pour sample into Seal bottles and place A and B bottle as information. Double check accuracy and sign form. Take a copy.
AROUND THE WORLD
WEBSITES & PHONE NUMBERS FOR CHECKING
MEDICATIONS AROUND THE WORLD
Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority Irish Sports Council Hotline: 1800-020-506 Tel: +353 1 240 7720 – International Tel: +61 (0)2 6206 0200 Fax: +61 (0)2 6206 0201 Online Drug Information Database: Web: www.asada.gov.au Italian Green Line Rome Austrian Anti-Doping Committee Tel: (06) 167 010 268 – Within Country Tel: +43 1 505 80 35 - International Web: www.coni.it Fax: +43 1 505 63 91 - International Email: ofﬁ [email protected] Anti Doping Authority of The Netherlands Web: www.oeadc.or.at/de/ Hotline: 09002001000 Tel: +31 010-2170190 Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport Fax: +31 010-2010159 Tel: +1 613 521 3340 - International Tel: 1800 672 7775 - Within Country Anti-Doping Norway Online Drug Information Database: Tel: +47 2102 9200 – International Web: www.didglobal.com Web: www.antidoping.no SOUTH AFRICA
Chinese Olympic Anti-Doping Commission South African Institute for Email: [email protected] Tel: 021 448 3888 – Within Country Anti-Doping Denmark Tel: +45 4326 2527 – International Swiss Sports Federation (SSF) Hotline: 7025 7112 – Within Country Tel: +41 900 567 587 – International Fax: +45 4326 2546 Tel: (0900) 567 587 – Within Country Web: www.doping.dk Web: www.dopinginfo.ch Finnish Antidoping Agency UK Sport – Anti-Doping Directorate Tel: +358 9 3481 2020 – International Drug Enquiry Line: +44 (0)20 7211 5130 Tel: (0)9 3481 2020 – Within Country Web: www.uksport.gov.uk/ Fax: (0)9 148 5195 Online Drug Information Database: Email: info@antidoping.ﬁ www.didglobal.com Web: www.antidoping.ﬁ UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
US Anti-Doping Agency Agence Francais de Lutte Contre le Tel: + 1 719 785 2020 – International Drug Reference Line: 1 800 233 0393 Tel: +33 (0)1 40 62 76 76 – Call within country Fax: +33 (0)1 40 62 77 39 Email: info@aﬂ d.fr Drug Reference Online: Web: http://www.aﬂ d.fr/ GERMANY
Nationale Anti Doping
Heussallee 38 53113 Bonn
Tel: +49 (228) 812 92 0 – International
Fax: +49 (228) 812 92 - 29
Email: [email protected]
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