26/11/2012 – Bonn (AP) – The National Anti-Doping Agency Germany (NADA) will be checked just before the International Court docket of Arbitration for Activity, whether or not in Erfurt practiced UV treatment of blood genuinely no doping violation has been.
A ruling by the German Sports activities Arbitration Court docket of 2 November was the UV therapy of blood before 1 January 2011 not been categorised as doping.
“The judgment of the German sports activities arbitration is without a doubt indicative, but that does not mean we concur. We now want to acquire legal certainty at the worldwide stage, especially for this event for the period ahead of 2011, “NADA Counsel Lars Mortsiefer explained Monday in a declaration.
The treatment for the UV therapy of blood between the NADA and a cyclist finished prior to the arbitral tribunal with the acquittal of the unnamed athletes.