24th February 2020

Motorcyclist receives sanction

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) today acknowledged the decision of Motorcycling Australia to sanction athlete Kade Mosig for the Presence; Use and/or Attempted Use (eight separate violations); Possession (six separate violations), and Trafficking and/or Attempted Trafficking (four separate violations) of prohibited substances. Mr Mosig returned an Adverse Analytical Finding (AAF) from an in-competition doping control test on 27 May 2018.

His sample was analysed at the Australian Sports Drug Testing Laboratory, part of the National Measurement Institute, which detected the presence of Prohibited Substances:

• 19-Norandrosterone and 19-Noretiocholanolone (metabolites of exogenous Nandrolone, Norandrostenedione or Norandrostenediol); and D-Amphetamine.

In addition to the AAF the Athlete committed violations of:

• Use of Nandrolone, Norandrostenedione or Norandrostenediol on and/or before 27 May 2018;
• Attempted Use of IGF-1 and/or CJC-1295 on and/or after 11 January 2014;
• Possession of IGF-1 and/or CJC-1295 on and/or after 11 January 2014;
• Trafficking and/or Attempted Trafficking of IGF-1 and/or CJC-1295 on or about 11 January 2014;
• Attempted Use of Clenbuterol on or about 9 December 2013 to on or about 21 February 2014;
• Possession of Clenbuterol on or about 9 December 2013 to on or about 21 February 2014;
• Attempted Use of Clenbuterol and/or Testosterone on or about 15 December 2014;
• Possession of Clenbuterol and/or Testosterone on or about 15 December 2014;
• Trafficking and/or Attempted Trafficking of Growth Hormone on and/or after 15 December 2014;
• Use and/or Attempted Use of Growth Hormone on or about 1 January 2014 to on or about 31 December 2015;
• Possession of Growth Hormone on or about 1 January 2014 to on or about 31 December 2015;
• Trafficking and/or Attempted Trafficking of Clenbuterol on or about 6 November 2015;
• Attempted Use of Growth Hormone on and/or after 24 November 2017;
• Possession of Growth Hormone on and/or after 24 November 2017;
• Use and/or Attempted Use of Growth Hormone on or about 4 January 2018 to on or about 8 February 2018;
• Attempted Trafficking of Growth Hormone on and/or after 4 January 2018;
• Use and/or Attempted Use of Testosterone on or about 23 May 2018; and
• Possession of Testosterone on and/or before 27 May 2018.

Motorcycling Australia imposed a six year ban on Mr Mosig commencing on 10 July 2018. Mr Mosig is ineligible to participate in any sports that have adopted a World Anti-Doping Code compliant anti-doping policy until 10 July 2024. He is also not permitted to compete in a non-signatory professional league, or event organised by a non-signatory International or National level event organisation.

• This media release was published by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) on 24 February 2020. Click here for the original.

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