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Information on Athlete Biological Passport process:
The monitoring and review of ABP profiles recorded under the IAAFâ€™s Anti-Doping Programme are conducted in strict accordance with the applicable WADA Regulations, by external independent experts and through ADAMS. It consists of a multi-stage review process with a specific official terminology set out in accordance with WADAâ€™s Result Management Regulations to assist Anti-Doping Organisation in the implementation and prioritization of their ABP Programme.
The official terminology which includes â€œLikely dopingâ€, â€œPassport suspicious; Further data is requiredâ€, â€œLikely medical conditionâ€, â€œNormalâ€, â€œCancelled by APMUâ€ (Athletes Passport Management Unit) are used to classify profiles flagged as â€œatypicalâ€ by the ADAMS mathematical model, indicating whether or not an athleteâ€™s biological passport profile should be further investigated. It does not provide a final determination on whether or not an athlete has committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation. It is a dynamic process in which the status of an athleteâ€™s profile can change at any time.