Sport Integrity Australia acknowledges the decision of AusCycling to sanction BMX athlete Luke Marsh for the presence of Prohibited Substances or its metabolites or markers, and the use of Prohibited Substances.
Sport Integrity Australia CEO David Sharpe has expressed disappointment for Australian athletes as a result of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) decision to reduce the four-year sanction on Russia by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The Sport Integrity Australia office will be closed over the Christmas and New Year holidays from Friday, 25 December and re-opening on Monday, 4 January 2021.
Our testing program will continue to operate during the closure.
Hockey Australia, Sport Integrity Australia and the National Sports Tribunal have today reached an agreement to manage any complaints arising from the independent inquiry into HA’s Women’s High-Performance Program.
Sport Integrity Australia CEO David Sharpe believes MYEFO funding of a two year pilot program for an independent complaints and disputes resolution model will allow the agency to effectively respond to escalating and shifting integrity threats across sport, in particular child safeguarding issues.
Sport Integrity Australia acknowledges the decision of Rugby Australia’s Anti-Doping Judicial Committee to sanction athlete Baxter King for the presence of a prohibited substance and its metabolite, and the use and possession of a prohibited substance.
Each year the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) publishes the Prohibited List, which identifies the substances and methods that are prohibited in sport. It’s your responsibility to stay up to date with any changes that might affect you.
After careful consideration of the legal issues in Shayna Jack v Swimming Australia and Sport Integrity Australia, Sport Integrity Australia lodged a statement of appeal on Monday 7 December in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) Appeal Division.