CIPS and anti-doping rules
CIPS ( FIPS e.d., FIPS-Mouche and FIPS-M) is a full member of SportAccord ( former GAISF/AGFIS, General Association of International Sports Federations) It is a form of
International Sports Federations to express their views and to control the evolution of their sports. All are part of the Olympic movement. Mainly decision of
the Conference on Doping in Sport held in Lausanne on February 1999 was created of an independent international World Anti-Doping Agency ( WADA).
All members of SportAccord are the stakeholders of WADA ( for us: CIPS/FIPS and all national federations affiliated with CIPS). The main document of WADA is the Anti-doping CODE
that clarifies the responsibility of Stakeholders in the fight against Doping, brings harmonisation between different sports and countries. The Prohibited List is each year renewed.
THE WORLD ANTI-DOPING CODE
The 2013 Prohibited list
Model Guidelines for core information program
International Standards for Testing
Processus de controle antidopage
Guide des athletes(in English)
Guide des athletes (en francais)
Therapeurtic Use Exemptions
CIPS ANTIDOPING RULES