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What are the key changes to WADA’s Prohibited List 2023?

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Wednesday, 23 November 2022 By Xabier Lopez Hervas, Rustam Sethna

The World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) Executive Committee approved the 2023 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (Prohibited List) on 23 September 2022[1], which comes into force on 1 January 2023.

This article details key changes to the Prohibited List with a focus on the addition of Tramadol and the decision for cannabis to remain on the list.  A full list of the changes can be viewed below the conclusion and on the WADA website

 

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Xabier Lopez Hervas

Xabier Lopez Hervas

Xabier is a paralegal at Mills & Reeve. 
 
Rustam Sethna

Rustam Sethna

Rustam is an Associate on the sports law team at Mills & Reeve LLP, focusing on sports disputes and regulatory matters. He holds a master’s in International Sports Law from ISDE (Madrid) and is also a member of the Disciplinary Panel at England Boxing and the Anti-Doping Committee at the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation.
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