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Asian Countries Join Forces To See Air Sports at IOC events

A group of Asian countries present at the 108th FAI General Conference, namely Chinese Taipei, Hong ...

Results of the 108th FAI General Conference

The Delegates from the FAI Member Countries participated in the 108th FAI General Conference which t...

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Asian Countries Join Forces To See Air Sports at IOC events

Asian Countries Join Forces To See Air Sports at IOC events

A group of Asian countries present at the 108th FAI General Conference, namely Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea and Thailand, held a meeting in Pat....

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Results of the 108th FAI General Conference

Results of the 108th FAI General Conference

The Delegates from the FAI Member Countries participated in the 108th FAI General Conference which took place in Pattaya, Thailand, on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 October 2014. The event was successfull....

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Winners of the 2014 FAI Awards and FAI-Breitling Award Annou....

Winners of the 2014 FAI Awards and FAI-Breitling Award Annou....

The FAI has announced the winners of the 2014 FAI Awards and FAI-Breitling Award, celebrating the outstanding dedication and contribution to air sports.Aerobatics pilot Aude Lemordant, Breitling Young....

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Live coverage of 108th FAI General Conference on Twitter

Live coverage of 108th FAI General Conference on Twitter

The 108th FAI General Conference takes place in Pattaya, Thailand (UTC+7), on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 October 2014. Keep abreast of the all the proceedings, including the President and the Executiv....

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DAeC, and DMFV  Meet  with FAI in Lausanne

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On 29 September 2014, the German Aeroclub (Deutscher Aero-Club - DAeC), the German Aeromodelling Association (Deutscher Modellflieger-Verband - DMFV) met with the FAI for an in-depth discussion in Lau....

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Frenchman Pierre Duval, 50, is the new President of the FAI Environmental Commission (EnvC) since his election by the Delegates during the last annual meeting of the Commission in February 2013. He ....

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Upcoming Events

23 October 2014 2014 Greda Cup XC Open Hrvace (Croatia)
24 October 2014 2014 Typhoon Race - Category F3 - Radio Controlled Flight Pingtung Glideport (Chinese Taipei)
24 October 2014 2014 Iquique A. Hospicio Paragliding Open Iquique (Chile)
24 October 2014 2014 China Fuyang Paragliding Accuracy Pre-World Cup Fuyang, Zhejiang Province (China (People's Republic of))
25 October 2014 2014 The Cup of Moldovia - Category F1 - Free Flight Berehove near Feodosia (Ukraine)
25 October 2014 2014 Herend Cup - Category F1 - Free Flight Tapolca (Hungary)
25 October 2014 2014 Open International Vol Libre Rhône Alpes - 10ème Philippe Lepage - Category F1 - Free Flight Arzay - Bossieu (France)
25 October 2014 2014 Open International Vol Libre Rhône Alpes - 10ème Philippe Lepage - Category F1 - Free Flight Arzay - Bossieu (France)
25 October 2014 2014 South African F3K - Category F3 - Radio Controlled Flight Delmas (South Africa)
25 October 2014 2014 Spielberg - Red Bull Air Race World Championship Spielberg (Austria)
25 October 2014 2014 Canungra Hang Gliding Classic Canungra (Australia)
26 October 2014 2014 The Golden Autumn Cup of Moldovia - Category F1 - Free Flight Berehove near Feodosia (Ukraine)
29 October 2014 2014 Trip of Indonesia / TROI Menado (Indonesia)
31 October 2014 2014 Puli National Open Paragliding XC Championship Puli (Chinese Taipei)
31 October 2014 2014 Pre PGA World Cup & Puli National Open Paragliding Accuracy Championship Puli (Chinese Taipei)
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Latest FAI World Record Claims

13 October 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Speed over a recognised course : 850 km/h Michael J. Bidwill (USA)
12 October 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Speed over a recognised course : 281.2 km/h Douglas R. Cairns (GBR)
29 September 2014 Microlights and paramotors : Time to climb to a height of 3 000 m : 48 min 54 sec Mick Roche (GBR)
22 September 2014 Microlights and paramotors : Time to climb to a height of 3 000 m : 21 min 33 sec Gordon Blackley (GBR)
16 September 2014 Parachuting : Longest sequence (8-Way) : 14 formations
16 September 2014 Parachuting : Longest sequence (8-Way) : 14 formations
14 September 2014 Aeromodelling and Spacemodelling : Duration: 148 : 1h 37 min Vladimir Kiselev (RUS)
14 September 2014 Aeromodelling and Spacemodelling : Distance in a closed circuit: 153 : 35 km Vladimir Kiselev (RUS)
13 September 2014 Aeromodelling and Spacemodelling : Duration: 148 : 62 min 38 sec Alexander (Sandy) Pimenoff (FIN)
06 September 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Time to climb to a height of 3 000 m : 4 min 33.99 sec Sergei Parkhaev (RUS)
06 September 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Time to climb to 3 000 m with 1 000 kg payload : 4 min 33.99 sec Sergei Parkhaev (RUS)
06 September 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Time to climb to 3 000 m with 2 000 kg payload : 4 min 33.99 sec Sergei Parkhaev (RUS)
06 September 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Time to climb to 3 000 m with 5 000 kg payload : 4 min 33.99 sec Sergei Parkhaev (RUS)
06 September 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Time to climb to a height of 6 000 m : 13 min 27.99 sec Sergei Parkhaev (RUS)
06 September 2014 Powered Aeroplanes : Time to climb to 6 000 m with 1 000 kg payload : 13 min 27.99 sec Sergei Parkhaev (RUS)
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FAQ for Event Organisers

  1. I am organizing an event this year in my country. What should I do?
  2. If doping tests are conducted at my event, what should I do?
  3. If a competitor usually takes substances and is tested at my event, what do I risk?
  4. How long before the results of the doping test(s) conducted at my event are known? Immediately?
  5. What if I accept an athlete who is suspended?
  6. Who pays for doping tests conducted at my event?
  7. If a competitor refuses a doping test, should I interfere?
  8. If a competitor admits to me to have taken a substance from the Prohibited List, who should I address him/her to?
  9. More info?

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1. I am organizing an event this year in my country. What should I do?

Unless you wish to organize doping tests on your own initiative, you do not need to do anything. The FAI will contact you if required.
However, you should inform competitors about their need to have a valid TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemption) in case they are taking a medication which includes substances on the WADA list of prohibited substances. This document is needed if the competitors are tested in competition to avoid a sanctions in the event of a positive test.

More: www.fai.org/anti-doping-programme/therapeutic-use-exemptions

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2. If doping tests are conducted at my event, what should I do?

If a Doping Control Officer comes to your event, s/he will officially introduce him/herself and request a clean toilet to conduct the test. S/he will also need a separate private room with a table and chairs where s/he will be able to talk with the competitor.
You do not need to do anything else other than providing the toilets and the separate room.

More:http://www.fai.org/anti-doping-programme/anti-doping-testing

More:http://www.fai.org/downloads/cimp/doping_control_process_at_a_glance

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3. If a competitor usually takes substances and is tested at my event, what do I risk?

You do not risk anything. The competitor will risk the sanction, not you. There is no risk that the event will be cancelled or postponed.

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4. How long before the results of the doping test(s) conducted at my event are known? Immediately?

No, it will take a few weeks for results management to be conducted. This means that your competition does not risk anything if a competitor has doped.

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5. What if I accept an athlete who is suspended?

It is not your responsibility to check whether an athlete has been suspended for doping but you are required to check whether s/he holds a valid sporting licence before entering your competition. His/her NAC should have withdrawn his/her sporting licence in case s/he is suspended.
But you can of course check the Anti-Doping section on the FAI website where sanctions are published for the duration of the suspension.

More:http://www.fai.org/cimp-projects/cimp-fai-anti-doping-programme

More:http://www.fai.org/about-fai/fai-sporting-licences  

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6. Who pays for doping tests conducted at my event?

Until further notice, doping tests are financed and organized by the FAI or by the authority ordering the tests (National Anti-Doping organization, WADA, etc).
But you are entirely free to organize and pay for tests, should you wish to show that yours is a “clean” event.
Should you need any additional information or help to organize tests, please contact the FAI Anti-Doping Manager (antidoping[at]fai.org).

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7. If a competitor refuses a doping test, should I interfere?

It is not your role to interfere during a doping control. You can of course try to talk with the athlete but this is the main task of the Doping Control Officer and also of the athlete’s team / coach / entourage, etc.
As the holder of an FAI Sporting Licence, an athlete agrees to comply with the FAI Rules and therefore to comply with anti-doping measures.

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8. If a competitor admits to me to have taken a substance from the Prohibited List, who should I address him/her to?

It would be good to address him/her to the FAI Anti-Doping Manager (antidoping[at]fai.org) who will then follow-up on the situation and the next steps to take.

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9. More info?

FAI Anti-Doping Manager : Mrs. Ségolène ROUILLON
+41 21 345 10 70 / This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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