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May 7/02 7:29 am - Palmer-Komar 7th, Canadian Wins 24 Hour, UCI Doping Regs Updated


Posted by Editor on 05/7/02
 

Publi-Tour Midi Pyrenees - France

We have received word that Canada's Sue Palmer-Komar finished 7th in the first stage of this race today.


24 Hours of Adrenalin - Arizona

Tom Zidek of Calgary took first place in the Solo category, completing 22 laps.


UCI Doping List Update
Courtesy UCI

The UCI has changed its procedure for handling Glucocorticosteroids, with respect to medical certificates and approved uses.

May 7, 2002

LIST OF BANNED SUBSTANCES AND METHODS: CHANGES MADE BY THE UCI ANTIDOPING COMMISSION

The UCI Antidoping Commission (ADC) has informed the National Federations and TTs I and II of the changes to the list of banned substances and methods which entered into force on 1st May 2002.

These changes relate to

Point C. Glucocorticosteroids, Chapter III

They will be applied using the following procedure:

On presentation of a medical certificate, we will no longer be making any distinction between local application and systemic application, except that this latter must be approved in advance by the UCI ADC. So the system used for systemic application will be more restrictive than that for local application.

The rider must present a full medical file justifying this treatment. The ADC will rule on a case-by-case basis. Once its approval has been given, the rider may undergo this treatment without being penalised by the UCI. If at the end of a course of treatment the rider needs to undergo further similar treatment, he must make another application.

However, the UCI underlines the fact that riders must comply with any national laws prohibiting systemic application (in France, for instance).

Where appropriate, a rider may be penalised by the Authority in the country where the check took place.

LISTE DES SUBSTANCES ET METHODES INTERDITES : MODIFICATION DE LA COMMISSION ANTIDOPAGE UCI

La Commission Antidopage (CAD) de l'UCI a informé les Fédérations Nationales et les GS I et II des modifications de la liste des substances et méthodes interdites qui sont entrées en vigueur dès le 1er mai 2002.

Ces modifications concernent le

Point C. Glucocorticostéroïdes, Chapitre III

Elles s'appliqueront selon la procédure suivante :

sur présentation d'une justification médicale, on ne fera plus de distinction entre l'application locale et l'application systémique, sauf que cette dernière devra être approuvée préalablement par la CAD de l'UCI. Le régime d'application systémique sera donc plus restrictif que celui de l'application locale.

Le coureur devra présenter un dossier médical complet justifiant son traitement. La CAD se prononcera au cas par cas. Suite à son aval, le coureur pourra subir le traitement sans être sanctionné par l'UCI. Si après un traitement le coureur devait à nouveau se soumettre à un traitement similaire, il devra renouveler sa demande.

L'UCI souligne toutefois que les coureurs seront tenus à respecter les lois nationales interdisant l'application systémique (par exemple en France).

Le cas échéant, un coureur pourra en effet être sanctionné par l'Autorité du pays où le contrôle s'est déroulé.

 


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