Doping Free Ju-Jitsu

"All athletes competing in JJIF international tournaments must comply with the WADA rules regarding anti-doping and a clean sport.


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List of Suspended Athletes


Kuandyk YESSENEYEV- KAZ (Suspended until 1st August 2022)

Mirjana MARTINOVIC- MNE (Suspended until 9th October 2022)

Eros BALUYOT -PHI (Suspended until 9th October 2022)

Manoj Avinash RAUT- IND (Suspended until 4th April 2021)

Ahmed Mansoor SHABEEB- BHR (Suspended until 4th October 2021)

28th of September 2018, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) publishes the  2019 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods; the 2019 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes; and the 2019 Monitoring Program.The List, which was approved by WADA’s Executive Committee (ExCo) on 20 September 2018, comes into force on 1 January 2019.

The List, which is one of six International Standards that are mandatory for all Signatories of the World Anti-Doping Code (Code), designates what substances and methods are prohibited both in- and out-of-competition, and which substances are banned in particular sports.

[2019 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods]
[2019 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes]
[2019 Monitoring Program]


2016 and 2017 Annual Testing Report

[2016 Sample Collection Report]

[2017 Sample Collection Report]

In accordance with the WADA rules and the JJIF regulations, the Athletes' Commission has elaborated an Athlete's Commitment document (see attachment), which includes the athlete's anti-doping commitment.


An athlete who needs a TUE should apply as soon as possible. For substances prohibited In-competition only, the athlete should apply for a TUE at least 30 days before his/her next competition, unless it is an emergency or exceptional situation.

Where the athlete already has a TUE granted by his/her National Anti-Doping Organisation for the substance or method in question, that TUE is not automatically valid for international-level competition. However, the athlete may apply JJIF to recognise that TUE, in accordance with Article 7 of the International Standard for the Therapeutic Use Exemptions.

The International Testing Agency (ITA) is JJIF’s TUE Committee. All TUE matters are handled by ITA on behalf of JJIF.

[JJIF TUE Application Process]     


[Global drug reference - checking medication online]

TUE Committee will take the final decision regarding the specific cases of athletes suffering from illnesses/diseases and taking medication in order to treat their condition.