Results management and investigation of possible anti-doping rule violations is described in details in the relevant section (refer to section "Results Management"). This section provides only basic information on the responsibilities of the athlete during ineligibility period.
Limitations in the period of ineligibility
During the period of ineligibility, the athlete or other person has no right:
The only exceptions are special anti-doping education or rehabilitation programs.
In addition, the person who violated anti-doping rules, except for the lifting of the sanctions because of "no fault or negligence" by RUSADA, the federal body of executive power in the sphere of physical culture and sports, regional executive bodies and national sports federations will be denied full or partial funding associated with sporting activities or other benefits received by such person in connection with sports activities.
Return to training activity.
Athlete can return to team trainings or use club training facilities or other member organization of those being signatory of the world anti-doping code, whichever is shorter:
Athlete or other person disqualified for a period of more than four years, can participate after this period as an athlete in local sport events not under the jurisdiction of organizations that are signatory to the world anti-doping code, provided that these competitions do not allow such athlete or other person get qualified to participate in national or international sporting events, and the athlete or other person in any capacity may not work with minors.
Violation of the prohibition against participation during a period of ineligibility
In case athlete or other person violates the conditions of ineligibility indicated above, the results of the participation in the competition will be cancelled and the end of the first disqualification will be added to the new period of ineligibility equal in length to the initial term.