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WADA 2006 PROHIBITED LIST: A summary of the major changes
Other minor amendments have been made to the 2006 List. Please consult the Summary of
Modifications for 2006 and the 2006 Monitoring Program available on the WADA website.
LH and hCG previously prohibited in males and females in the 2005 List
are now only
All topical* preparations including; dermatological (skin), aural/otic (ear or near the
ear), nasal, buccal cavity (mouth), and ophthalmologic (eyes) administration are no
longer prohibited and as such no longer require any form of TUE.
As per the 2005 list:
including intravenous, rectal, intramuscular, and oral
administration of glucocorticosteroids is still prohibite
d in competition and continues
to require a standard Therapeutic Use Exemption.
The non systemic modes of administration
including anal, inhaled and intra-
articular (joint injections) administration are still prohibited in competition and an
Abbreviated TUE form is required.
administered via the method of iontophoresis are not
considered as a topical application
under the 2006 WADC List and will still require
an Abbreviated TUE.
*See Appendix A: Routes of Administration: Glucocorticosteroids
The number of stimulants included in the “Specified Substances” has been increased
Under the monitoring program several stimulants will now be monitored out of
Substances prohibited in particular sports
several sports have changed
their testing status for Alcohol and Beta Blockers.
FIS have been removed from the list of International Federations testing for alcohol. Powerboating (UIM) has been added with a threshold at 0.30g/L. International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has been added for Archery and Boules
The threshold level has been raised from 0.00 g/L to 0.10 g/L for FIM
FINA no longer has Beta blockers as a specified substance. IPC has been added for Archery, Shooting, and Boules (Bowls). The list of different categories of FIS disciplines where beta blockers are prohibited
has been expanded to include Ski Jumping, freestyle aerials/halfpipe and snowboard halfpipe/big air.
An overview of the 2006 List
I. Substances and Methods prohibited at all times
(In- and Out-of-Competition)
S2. Hormones and related substances (Except LH and hCG which will be prohibited in males only). S3. Beta-2
S4. Agents with anti-estrogenic activity S5. Diuretics and other Masking Agents
II. Prohibited Methods
M1. Enhancement of oxygen transfer M2. Chemical and physical manipulation M3. Gene
III. Substances and Methods prohibited In-Competition
All the Categories under Section I, plus: S6. Stimulants S7. Narcotics S8. Cannabinoids S9. Glucocorticosteroids (Except topical applications which are no longer prohibited).
IV Substances prohibited in Particular Sports
All inhaled beta-2 agonists except clenbuterol
Cathine, cropropamide, crotetamide, ephedrine, etamivan, famprofazone, heptaminol, isometheptene, levmethamfetamine (L-methamphetamine), meclofenoxate, p-methylamphetamine, methylephedrine, nikethamide, norfenefrine, octopamine, ortetamine, oxilofrine, phenpromethamine, propylhexedrine, selegiline, sibutramine
The 2006 Monitoring Program has been increased and now includes:
Stimulants a) (IC only):
Bupropion, caffeine, phenylephrine, phenylpropanolamine, pipradrol,
Stimulants b) (OOC):
Adrafinil, adrenaline, amfepramone, amiphenazole, amphetamine,
amphetaminil, benzphetamine, bromantan, carphedon, clobenzorex, cocaine, cyclazodone, dimethylamphetamine, etilamphetamine, etilefrine, fenbutrazate, fenacamfamin, fencamine, fenetylline, fenfluramine, fenproporex, furfenorex, mefenorex, mephentermine, mesocarb, methamphetamine(D-), methlenedioxyamphetamine, methylenedioxymethamphetamine, methylphenidate, modafinil, norflenfluramine, parahydroxyamphetamine, pemoline, pentetrazol, phendimetrazone, phenmetrazine, phentermine, prolintane, strychnine.
Narcotics (IC only):
Routes of Administration: Glucorticosteroids
Types of medications and
applications for use
Enemas, suppositories and ointments Predsol enema for treatment of conditions such as
ulcerative colitis, proctitis, crohn’s
Intravenous injections or infiltration administered in emergency situations
or as a replacement therapy in adrenocortical insufficiency Injection into soft tissue for systemic
inflammation Topical ointments and creams used
fissures Electrical current is used to drive
QVAR (beclomethasone) Celestone Chronodose (betamethasone)
(methylprednisolone) Kenacort – A10 (triamcinolone) Kenacomb (triamcinolone)
Eyedrops and ointments for treatment Predsol (prednisolone)
conditions, psoriasis, skin irritations,
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