FEI Tribunal Issues Final Decision in Anti-Doping Showjumping Case

Lausanne, Switzerland – December 18, 2020 – The FEI Tribunal has issued its Final Decisions in a number of equine and human anti-doping cases.

In the following Jumping case, the athlete has been provisionally suspended until the FEI Tribunal renders its decision. The horse has been provisionally suspended for two months from the date of notification.

Case 2020/BS13
Horse: YAYA (105CF05/KSA)
Person Responsible: Abdulrahman Alrajhi (FEI ID 10048311/KSA)
Event: CSI3*-W – Riyadh (KSA), 18-21.11.2020
Prohibited Substance(s): Diisopropylamine
Date of notification: 14 December 2020

Details on FEI Anti-Doping cases can be found here.

FEI Clean Sport – human athletes

The FEI is part of the collaborative worldwide movement for doping-free sport led by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). The aim of this movement is to protect fair competition as well as athlete health and welfare.
WADA’s Prohibited List identifies the substances and methods prohibited in- and out-of-competition, and in particular sports. The substances and methods on the List are classified by different categories (e.g., steroids, stimulants, gene doping).
As a WADA Code Signatory, the FEI runs a testing programme for human athletes based on WADA’s List of Prohibited List of Substances and Methods and on the Code-compliant FEI Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA).

For further information, please consult the Clean Sport section of the FEI website here.

Source: Press release from FEI – Fédération Equestre Internationale

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