Results and Sanctions
Under the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP), a sanction is imposed once an anti-doping rule violation has been determined, either when an athlete admits to a violation and waives the right to a hearing, or by an independent arbitrator after a doping tribunal hearing. Read the Anti-Doping Sanctions backgrounder.
Rules 7 through 15 of the CADP contain complete information on results management.
Canadian Sport Sanction Registry
Sport organizations that have adopted the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP) are responsible for ensuring these athletes are ineligible to participate or compete within the Canadian sport system.
Under the CADP rules, the CCES announces every anti-doping rule violation within 20 days of its determination. Read more about public disclosure.
See Media Releases for the most recent results-related announcements.
Under the CADP, hearings and appeals are independently administered by the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada . For all doping decisions rendered since 2004, please consult the SDRCC website.