UFC athlete Carlos Diego Ferreira, of Amazonas, Brazil, has accepted a 17-month sanction for an anti-doping policy violation.
Whether it’s an in-competition or out-of-competition test, athletes are required to complete a doping control form during every sample collection session.
UFC® athlete, Lyoto Machida, of Salvador, Brazil, has accepted an 18-month sanction for an anti-doping policy violation.
George Sullivan, a UFC® athlete, of Red Bank, N.J., has received a one-year sanction for an anti-doping policy violation.
MGSS Arbitration Panel Imposes One-Year Sanction on UFC Athlete, Jones, for Anti-Doping Policy Violation
UFC® athlete, Jon Jones, of Rochester, N.Y., has received a one-year period of ineligibility for his anti-doping policy violation.
Adam Hunter, a UFC® athlete, of New Brunswick, Canada, has received a two-year sanction for an anti-doping policy violation.
UFC athlete, Abdul-Kerim Edilov, of the Chechen Republic, Russia, has accepted a 15-month sanction for an anti-doping policy violation.
If you’re thinking about using dietary supplements, it’s important to remember that supplements are regulated in a post-market manner. This means that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not analyze the safety, efficacy, or label accuracy of supplements before they are sold to consumers.
Nate Diaz, of Stockton, Calif., admitted use of a prohibited substance during the in-competition period & has accepted a public warning for his violation.
USADA & UFC® announce changes to the Arbitration Rules for ADRVs and other disputes under the UFC Anti-Doping Policy to go into effect November 1, 2016.