Disciplinary Decisions in the Sport of Sailing

Published on July 10th, 2018

Disciplinary decisions within World Sailing are determined by Independent Panels appointed by the Judicial Board. Questions, reports, or comments on disciplinary matters should be sent by email or in writing to the Chief Executive Officer.

You can also contact WADA as part of their Speak Up! program which aims to help keep the integrity of sport and protect clean athletes.

Record of decisions as of July 10, 2018:

Sofian Bouvet (FRA): Whereabouts failure; Competition Eligibility and World Sailing Eligibility suspended from 23 August 2017 to 23 August 2018. (decision not available)

Jose Oziomek (ARG): Misconduct contrary to RRS 69.1(a) – gross infringement of the rules and sportsmanship; World Sailing Eligibility suspended from 18 May 2018 to 18 November 2019. (decision)

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Editor’s note: When we published our previous update on January 2, we remarked how we couldn’t recall a time when there was only one named person – Sofian Bouvet – on the list, and questioned whether we’d make it to August 23rd without someone else screwing up. Sadly, we got our answer.

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