Updated FIS Anti-Doping Rules

The FIS Anti-Doping Rules 2019 have been updated and published on the FIS website. They take effect immediately.

The updates reflect the following modifications:

- the decision of the FIS Congress 2018 to refer cases to an Independent Doping Panel to comply with the principle of the separation of powers, the Court of Arbitration for Sport Anti-Doping Division (CAS ADD). The CAS ADD will act as an independent first instance for international cases.
(read more here: https://www.fis-ski.com/en/international-ski-federation/news-multimedia/news/fis-signs-agreement-with-court-of-arbitration-anti-doping-division );

- the CAS decision of 15th March, whereby the prohibition of the use of oxygen in-competition for all disciplines is now incorporated in the International Competition Rules (ICR), article 222.7;

- the decision of the FIS Council November 2018 to reduce quota spots due to repeated anti-doping rule violations. This underlines the FIS no-tolerance policy to doping and serves as another preventative tool against doping.

The document can be accessed here.