Creating the Right Frameworks for Each and Every Athlete to Succeed
“THE ATHLETICS INTEGRITY UNIT WILL SUPPORT ATHLETES IN MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS AND CHOICES THROUGHOUT YOUR CAREERS. IT WILL HELP EACH OF YOU TO KNOW THE RULES, GAIN KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE AND SHARE THAT KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE WITH CONFIDENCE.”
Details of the latest cases that have been dealt with under the jurisdiction of, or overseen by, the Athletics Integrity Unit.
|Use of a Prohibited Substance/Method (Article 2.2) McLaren and LIMS evidence
|Whereabouts Failures (Article 2.4)
|Presence/Use of a Prohibited Substance (Oxymetholone) (Article 2.1 and Article 2.2)
|Charles Karanja Kamau
|Presence/Use of a Prohibited Substance (Testosterone) (Article 2.1 and Article 2.2)
|Kumari (K.M.) Rachna
|Presence/Use of a Prohibited Substance (Stanozolol, Metandienone, DHCMT, Clenbuterol) (Article 2.1 and Article 2.2) (2nd ADRV)
The Athletics Integrity Unit Disciplinary Process applies to both doping and non-doping cases that are pursued by the Athletics Integrity Unit under the World Athletics Anti-Doping Rules and the World Athletics Integrity Code of Conduct respectively. For more detail on the process and the current cases please use the button below.
FIGHTING FOR FAIRNESS IN OUR SPORT
The 2022 Testing figures are comparable with the pre-pandemic levels. It was a World Championships year, with more than 10,000 doping-control samples collected and more than 14,500 analyses performed in total.
*The figures below only reflect the testing activities carried out by the AIU.
2022 KEY FACTS AND FIGURES
Samples collected from athletes belonging to number of countries
Competitions sanctioned by World Athletics where samples were collected
Athletes provided samples
Elite Athletes on the World Athletics Testing Pool, including Road Running Registered Testing Pool.
Samples collected Out-of-Competition
Samples collected In-Competition
Blood samples collected
Urine samples collected
Percentage of samples collected from female athletes
Percentage of samples collected from male athletes