Creating the Right Frameworks for Each and Every Athlete to Succeed

Athletics Integrity Unit Press Release

Victoria Aggar and Jill Pilgrim join Athletics Integrity Unit Board.

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Athletics Integrity Unit Update

Athletics Integrity Unit update regarding COVID-19.

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Athletics Integrity Unit Press Release

Athletics Integrity Unit announces 2020 categorisation for National Federations under Rule 15 of the World Athletics Anti-Doping Rules.

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ATHLETICS INTEGRITY UNIT Press Release

Athletics Integrity Unit Board refers RusAF charges to the World Athletics Council and recommends considering expulsion of the federation.

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“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.”

— Sebastian Coe, World Athletics President

Latest Sanctions

Details of the latest cases that have been dealt with under the jurisdiction of, or overseen by, the Athletics Integrity Unit.

DateNameNatDetails
27/05/2020Kiranjit KaurINDPre Presence of a Prohibited Substance (SARM S22) (Article 2.1) Use of a Prohibited Substance (SARM S22) (Article 2.2) - 4 years ineligibility from 15 December  2019 DQ results: from 15 December 2019 - AIU decision appealable
26/05/2020Mikel Kiprotich MutaiKENPresence of a Prohibited Substance (Norandrosterone) (Article 2.1) - 4 years ineligibility from 20 March 2020 DQ results: since 15 December 2019 - AIU decision appealable
12/05/2020Stanislau TsivonchykBLRPresence of a Prohibited Substance (DHCMT) (Article 2.1) Re-testing case 2012 Olympic Games - 2 years ineligibility from 20 February 2019 DQ results: 07 August 2012 to 06 August 2014 - National decision appealable
11/05/2019Japhet Kipchirchir KipkorirKENPresence of Prohibited Substances (Norandrosterone) (Article 2.1) - Charge Issued
30/03/2020Deajah StevensUSAWhereabouts Failures (Article 2.4) - Referred to DT

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.

Athletics Integrity Unit Disciplinary Process

Fighting for Fairness in our Sport — Key Facts and Figures

Samples by Discipline 2018

Fighting for Fairness in 2018

8,489

Samples collected

124

Samples collected from athletes belonging to number of countries

6

Area associations of World Athletics were covered by testing

776

Elite Athletes from 86 nationalities on the Registered Testing Pool

6,007

Samples collected Out-of-Competition

3,553

Blood samples collected

2,482

Samples collected In-Competition

173

World Athletics competitions where testing was conducted