IIHF Registered Testing Pool

The IIHF will establish an out-of-competition testing program each year based on the IIHF World Ranking and select a set number of Players who are eligible for inclusion into the Program. This Program shall include a global whereabouts policy for ice hockey which shall be applied consistently across all member national associations and players involved in the IIHF Testing Program.

The IIHF Registered Testing Pool (“RTP”) shall be considered a pool of Players whose entry into the Pool is based on their success and their individual or collective behavior in relation to doping. Players entered into the IIHF RTP will be required to provide up to date whereabouts information to the IIHF for each quarter period via ADAMS for the purpose of No Advance Notice Out-Of-Competition Testing. Such whereabouts information shall include one specific 60-minute time slot between 6:00 – 23:00 (11 pm) each day where the Player will be available and accessible for Testing at a specific location.

The IIHF Registered Testing Pool consists of the following players in the 2013/2014 season:

Country:

Name:

Austria

Matthias Iberer

Belarus

Alexander Karakulko

Canada

Charline Labonté

Czech Rep.

Michal Vondrka

Denmark

Mads Christensen

Finland

Lasse Kukkonen

France

Jonathan Janil

Germany

Maritta Becker

Japan

Haruna Yoneyama

Kazakhstan

Yevgeni Fadeyev

Latvia

Juris Stals

Norway

Daniel Sorvik

Russia

Mikhail Biryukov

Slovakia

Vladimir Mihalik

Slovenia

Blaz Gregorc

Sweden

Joel Lundqvist

Switzerland

Pascal Berger

USA

Hilary Knight

 

 

National Anti-Doping Organization Registered Testing Pool

Most IIHF member national association athletes also have the possibility to be included within their National Anti-Doping Organization Registered Testing Pool. National Anti-Doping Organizations (“NADO”) are organizations responsible for testing national athletes in- and out-of-competition, as well as athletes from other countries competing within that nation’s borders; adjudicating anti-doping rules violations; and anti-doping education. Many NADOs have established RTP Programs similar to the IIHF’s RTP to facilitate out-of-competition testing for its athletes. For further information about your NADA and/or its RTP please see WADA’s complete list of NADOs.

Anti-Doping Administration & Management System

Click below for more information on the Anti-Doping Administration & Management System (ADAMS) and an introduction video.

ADAMS User Guide Athletes
Athlete’s Whereabouts Training Video

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