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The Int ternational Shooting Sport Federation is a signato to the C ory Code and f follows the Code's e manda in all ar ate reas of its Anti-Dopin work. ng


The Int ternational Shooting Sport Federation foll lows the P Prohibited L (List) as a List a signato to the C ory Code. The List was first publish in 1963 under the leadership of the hed 3 e Interna ational Olym mpic Comm mittee. Sin 2004, as mandate by the C nce a ed Code, WAD is DA respon nsible for th preparation and publication of the List. he . The Lis is a corn st nerstone of the Code and a key component of harmonisation. f y It is an International Standa identify ard ying Substa ances and Methods p prohibited incompe etition, out-o of-competi ition, and in particula sports. ar The Pr rohibited Li in revise every year by WA ist ed ADA. The revised ver rsion come into effect es on January 1st of every calendar year. f


Athlete like all o es, others, may have illnesses or conditions t c that require them to take e t particular medica ations. If the medicati an athlete is requ ion uired to tak to treat an illness o ke a or conditio happen to fall un on ns nder the Lis a Thera st, apeutic Use Exemptio (TUE) may give e on m that ath hlete the authorisatio to take t needed medicine The crite for gran on the d e. eria nting a TUE are: 1) the athlete would ex e xperience s significant health problems with hout taking the g prohibited substa ance or me ethod, 2) th therapeu use of the substa he utic f ance would not d produc significa enhancement of p ce ant performanc and 3) there is no reasonabl ce le therape eutic altern native to th use of th otherwis prohibit substan or met he he se ted nce thod. The ISSF has its own TUE Committee that gran TUEs fo internati e nts or ional level athletes in n Shootin Sport. B ng Beta blocke are pro ers ohibited su ubstances i Shooting Sport and the use o in g of beta blockers is s strictly forb bidden in IS SSF sancti ioned even The IS nts. SSF TUE Committee C shall no grant or recognize TUEs gra ot r e anted to an international level shooter fo the use o ny or of beta blockers.


The ter Registe rm ered Testin Pool ref ng fers to the pool of top level shoo p oters estab blished by

the International Shooting Sport Federation and the relevant National Anti-Doping Organisation who are subject to both In-Competition and Out-of-Competition testing as part of the International Shooting Sport Federation or National-Anti-Doping Organisation's test distribution plan. The International Shooting Sport Federations Registered Testing Pool consists of the top ten men and women in every category at any given time in the calendar year. The shooters who are in the ISSF Registered Testing Pool must provide their whereabouts on a quarterly basis, including all training camps and schedules. They must also provide a 60 minute time slot for which they can be available for testing every day of the year. Any failure to submit timely and accurate whereabouts information, or any failure to be present at the location and time indicated on the whereabouts information submitted, can result in sanctions. All shooters who belong to the International Shooting Sport Federation are subject to both In-Competition and Out-of-Competition testing on a year-round basis.


Adverse Analytical Finding (AAF) The term Adverse Analytical Finding (AAF) refers to a report from a World Anti-Doping Agency approved laboratory that indicates the presence of a Prohibited Substance or its metabolites or markers (including elevated quantities of endogenous substances) or evidence of the use of a Prohibited Method. The term Adverse Analytical Finding does not necessarily imply a positive test as the athlete may have a TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemption) or may have elevated endogenous substances which are normal for his own system and do not necessarily reflect a positive doping infraction. An AAF becomes a positive doping infraction only after a thorough investigation following due process, such as a hearing and a determination from the Disciplinary Committee that a doping infraction has occurred. In-Competition In-Competition Testing in shooting sport is testing that is conducted in connection with any ISSF sanctioned event. Out-of-Competition Out-of-Competition testing can occur at any time of the year (excluding the In-Competition Testing periods) and at any location, such as an athlete's home, place of training, or even while they are abroad for personal or training reasons. Out-of-Competition testing takes place with no advance notice to the athlete. The ISSF works closely together with the World Anti-Doping Agency and the National Anti-Doping Agencies in planning and conducting Out-Of-Competition Testing on shooters worldwide.


The ISSF follows the World Anti-Doping Code and the ISSF Anti-Doping Rules when deciding on a sanction for shooters that have committed an anti-doping rule violation. The sanctions given to athletes will be posted on this website as they are decided.