Prohibited List (prohibited substances and prohibited methods)
The International Prohibited List Standard is one of the basic elements of the World Anti-Doping Programme. The Prohibited List is updated every year by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Its most recent version became effective in January 2010. The standard defines groups of substances and methods prohibted in competition, out of competition as well as substances prohibted in specific sports disciplines. The list serves as a mandatory law.

The Prohibited List 2010 includes pseudoephedrine as a prohibited substance. There are new provisions on salbutamol. More information is available in Therapeutic Use Exemptions tab.

Substances prohibited in and out of competitions in all sports disciplines
S0. Non Approved Substances
S1. Anabolic Agents
S2. Hormones and related substances
S3. Beta-2 Agonists
S4. Hormone antagonists and modulators
S5. Diuretics and other masking agents

Substances prohibited in competitions only
S6. Stimulants
S7. Narcotics
S8. Cannabinoids
S9. Glucocortycosteroids

Methods prohibited in sport in competition and out of competition
M1. Enhancement of oxygen transfer
M2. Chemical and phisical manipulation
M3. Gene doping

Substances prohibited in specific sport disciplines
P1. Alcohol
P2. Beta-blockers

The list servies as an appendix to UNESCO's International Anti-Doping Convention and therefore all signatory members must incorporate it into their national law.

Prohibitet List 2011