Increased Risk of Suspension and Public Disclosure for Marijuana Violations

Increased Risk of Suspension and Public Disclosure for Marijuana Violations

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) is advising Canadian athletes that a doping violation for marijuana or other specified substances is much more likely to result in a suspension and public disclosure of the athlete’s identity under the 2009 Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP).

In addition to the previous CADP’s requirements, the athlete must now establish that the substance was not intended to mask a performance-enhancing substance, and provide compelling, corroborating evidence from another person regarding the absence of intent to enhance performance.

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