Also, once again, the ITF recorded more adverse analytical findings (6) than anti-doping rule violations (3).
The three violations from ITF testing* in 2011 were: Robert Kendrick, Kaitlyn Verfeuth, and Jaime Cormona. What was behind the other three adverse analytical findings? Is it therapeutic use exemptions? Did a Tribunal find that no violation was committed? Are some cases still pending?
Only Stuart Miller knows the answers to these questions.
|Total Adverse Analytical Findings||Total Anti-Doping Rule Violations|
|International Federation of Football Association (FIFA)||108||117|
|Fédération Internationale de Basketball Amateur (FIBA)||13||13|
|International Powerlifting Federation (IPF)||13||12|
|International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles (FILA)||12||11|
|International Federation of Bodybuilding & Fitness (IFBB)||10||10|
|International Biathlon Union (IBU)||2||9|
|International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF)||8||6|
|International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF)||6||5|
|Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA)||4||4|
|International Tennis Federation (ITF)||6||3|
Here are the ITF's Adverse Analytical Findings (AAFs) and Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADVR) for 2007 through 2011:
*A fourth ITF player, Gianluca Mager, tested positive in 2011, but that was a test conducted by the Italian anti-doping authorities, so it doesn't count towards the ITF's numbers.