Following the successful launch of the IMMAF Anti-Doping Registered Testing Pool (RTP) in April 2023, the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) is pleased to confirm its next set of athletes to participate.
The registered IMMAF RTP athletes are subject to out-of-competition tests and are responsible for providing whereabouts information in the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS).
Athletes included in the RTP are required to provide up-to-date and accurate whereabouts information. Whereabouts information is filled in ADAMS.
The newest group of athletes has representation from seven countries and includes a number of IMMAF medallists.
- Mathilde Aschenbrenner (FRA)
- Yerulan Kabdulov (KAZ)
- Akram Uzakov (TAJ)
- Ivan Kurelaru (UKR)
- Nell Ariano (FRA)
- Masud Odinaev (TAJ)
- Giuliane Perea (BRA)
- Josiane Oliveira (BRA)
- Alexandre Rita (PRT)
- Zhaxybek Aimakhanov (KAZ)
- Nora Ochoa Perez (MEX)
With 2022 Pan-Am gold medallists Giuliane Perea and Josiane Oliveira recently joining the Anti-Doping Registered Testing Pool, there are now representatives from South and North America, Europe, and Asia all supporting a clean sport.
ADAMS is a centralized, free platform operated and managed by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
ADAMS supports clean sport by simplifying the daily activities of all athletes involved in anti-doping programs. It is built to be secure, to ensure anti-doping programs are coordinated and efficient, and to harmonize anti-doping practices around the world.
Earlier this year, the first group of athletes to join the IMMAF RTP were revealed, which included: Magomed Sheikhov (BHR), Movsar Ibragimov (BEL), Ammar Mazri (FRA), Jovidon Mahmudov (TAJ) and Munis Muminjonov (UZB).
Anti-Doping Manager Sophie Mueller said:
“We are happy to announce our next group of athletes that have joined IMMAF’s Registered Testing Pool (RTP). Almost all of the athletes are new to our RTP, except Yerulan Kabdulov from Kazakhstan who has been in the IMMAF RTP since last year 2022.”
Further information regarding the RTP and ADAMS can be found in the IMMAF Athletes’ Whereabouts.