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DOPING PROTOCOLS

It is a requirement of our doping procedures for all swimmers registered to take part in open competition, and who take regular medication for asthma, to send these details for inclusion on their registration record. It is important therefore that clubs ensure that members are aware of this requirement.

In addition to this it is now a requirement of FINA that information is notified to the Governing Body regarding medical conditions requiring the permanent use of a banned substance where there is no other substitute. As these conditions are less common (see list below) there is no general form to complete for this notification.

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Following the receipt by the Governing Body of a medical certificate, a dispensation to swim in competitions up to National level may be given. Information will be issued on an individual basis including details for applying for dispensation to compete in international competition which requires further approval by the FINA Doping Control Review Body.

Swimmers or their parents should send the medical certificate, which must clearly indicate the name and address of the swimmer and their doctor, to the address below in an envelope marked “Notifiable Medication”.

MEDICAL CONDITION

REQUIRED TREATMENT

Diabetes

Insulin Injections

Growth Disorders

Growth Hormone

Hormone Deficient Conditions of the Pituitary Gland or Adrenal Gland

Steroid Treatment

Orthopaedic Conditions

Intra Articular Steroid Injections

Juvenile Arthritis

Prednisolone

Behaviour Problems

Ritalin

Renal Failure

Erythropoietin

UK Sports Drug Information Database:  http://www.uksport.gov.uk/did/