Doping Control

According to with the IWWF anti-Doping Rules, Doping controls will be conducted during the competition. By entering this competition, all athletes agree to be subject to doping control.
Information about the IWWF Anti-Doping program, the current IWWF AD Rules and links to the list of banned substances can be found on iwwfed.com by clicking the Anti-Doping Information link at the top of the menu on the left sidebar of the homepage.
Due to continuing concerns over contaminated meat in certain parts of the world, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has re-emphasized the need for athletes to exercise extreme caution with regards to eating meat when traveling to competitions in Mexico. It has been shown that Mexico has a serious problem with meat contaminated with the prohibited substance clenbuterol, and WADA’s message to athletes competing in these countries remains the same: eat only in restaurants and cafeterias that have been approved by the event organizer.
IWWF is currently working with the Mexican Federation to try to ensure that there is advice on where and where not to eat during the Championships.
Eating no meat, or less meat is certainly a good idea.
Please have your Passports all the time with you or with the team captain.

 

Identity card/passport
For the ANTI DOPING Controls you need to have a passport valid for at least 6 months.
An identity card is not enough.
All riders have to sign a liability form. For riders under 18 years old, their parents have to sign it as well. Team Captains must present all the liability forms to the IWWF Officials at registration.
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