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CASES FAQ  

Q? why cannot I find the doping cases of the previous years?
As per FINA DC Rules 14.3.4 (and the article 14.3.4 of the World Anti-Doping Code), the publication of anti-doping rule violation shall be accomplished at a minimum by placing the required information on FINA or Member Federation’s website or publishing it through other means and leaving the information up for the longer of one month or the duration of any period of Ineligibility.

Q? Who can appeal the FINA’s decision related to anti-doping rule violation?
As per FINA DC 13.2.3, the persons entitled to appeal are:
(a) the Athlete or other Person who is the subject of the decision being appealed; (b) the other party to the case in which the decision was rendered; (d) the National Anti-Doping Organisation of the Person’s country of residence or countries where the Person is a national or license holder; (e) the International Olympic Committee or International Paralympic Committee, as applicable, where the decision may have an effect in relation to the Olympic Games, including decisions affecting eligibility for the Olympic Games or Paralympic Games; and (f) WADA

Q? When does FINA announce anti-doping rule violations?
FINA does announce publicly anti-doping rule violations when the adjudication of a doping case is completed.

Cases

26Oct2017

FINA Doping Panel Decision – Henrique Rodrigues (BRA)

On 13 March 2017, FINA conducted an out-of-competition doping control test on the swimmer, Henrique Rodrigues (BRA).

24Oct2017

FINA Doping Panel Decision – Madeline Groves (AUS)

On 19 October 2017, the FINA Doping Panel issued a decision in the case of Madeline Groves (AUS) regarding her potential violation of the FINA DC Rule 2.4 – a combination of three missed tests with

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