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 about Anti-Doping Sanctions.

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.

Public Disclosure

Under the CADP rules, the CCES announces every anti-doping rule violation within 20 days of its determination. More about public disclosure.

See Media Releases for the most recent results-related announcements.

Doping Decisions

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.