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INTERNATIONAL SUMO FEDERATION RULES

Chapter 7 - Chapter 10
Chapter 7 Special Committees
Article 32 Competition Committee
  1. Competition Committee shall be established in the IFS.
  2. The Competition Committee shall handle matters regarding the operation of tournaments, competition rules, refereeing techniques, facilities, study of equipment and other sumo-related matters.
  3. The rules regarding the organization and operation of the Competition Committee shall be determined separately after deliberation by the Board of Directors.
Article 33 Medical Committee
  1. 1 Medical Committee shall be established in the IFS.
  2. The Medical Committee shall handle medical and scientific study regarding sumo as well as doping-related issues.
  3. The rules regarding the organization and operation of the Medical Committee shall be determined separately after deliberation by the Board of Directors.
Article 34 Other Special Committees
In addition to the special committees provided in the preceding two Articles, the IFS may establish other special committees such as the General Affairs Committee, Propagation and Education Committee, Public Relations Committee, Grading Committee, and Finance Committee.
Chapter 8 Arbitration for Sport Disputes, etc.
Article 35 Court of Arbitration for Sport Jurisdiction
  1. The Parties should try to settle any legal dispute arising from or in connection to the Statues, Bye-Laws, or any other Rules made by the IFS.
  2. If the parties cannot settle such dispute amicable, it shall be settled by the exclusive jurisdiction of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (in the next item called “CAS”) in Lausanne, Switzerland, in accordance with the IFS Statues and Rules.
  3. All decisions made by CAS are final and binding upon the parties.
Article 36 Athlete’s Commission
  1. Athlete’s Commission shall be established in the IFS.
  2. The Athlete’s Commission’s main responsibility is to provide a means of ensuring that the IFS is aware of the opinions of current active sumo athletes concerning major issues affecting the sport.
  3. The rules regarding the organization and operation of the Athlete’s Commission shall be determined separately after deliberation by the Board of Directors in accordance with the Guidelines Relative To The Creation Of An Athlete’s Commission made by the International Olympic Committee (hereinafter called “IOC”).
Chapter 9 Doping Control
Article 37 Doping Control
  1. Country Federation shall take all necessary measures for carrying out doping control and ensuring that samples are analysed at an internationally authorized laboratory recognized by IOC and The World Anti-Doping Agency (hereinafter called “WADA”).
  2. The control must be done according to the CODE, regulations of the Olympic Movement Anti-Doping Code, IOC and IFS.
  3. According to the World Anti-Doping Code, “It is each Athlete’s personal duty to ensure that no Prohibited Substance enters his or her body.”
  4. The very latest list of substances and methods prohibited by WADA, IOC and IFS can be found on the WADA website. This list is automatically incorporated into the IFS Anti-Doping By-Laws.
Chapter 10 Supplementary Rules
Article 38 Revision of Rules
These rules may not be altered without a resolution being passed by at least two-thirds (2/3) of the Board of Directors.
Article 39 Dissolution
The dissolution of the IFS may not be carried out without a resolution being passed by at least three-fourths (3/4) of the Board of Directors.
Article 40 Disposal of Residual Assets
The disposal of residual assets in the case of the dissolution of the IFS shall be decided upon by a resolution supported by at least three-fourths (3/4) of the Board of Directors.
Article 41 Enforcement Regulations
The enforcement regulations concerning the execution of these rules shall be determined separately after deliberation by the Board of Directors.
Supplementary Provisions
  1. 1 These rules shall take effect as of 10 December 1992.
  2. The Japan Sumo Federation shall play a guiding role in the operation of the IFS for the foreseeable future. The Japan Sumo Federation shall endeavor to actively provide guidance and advice to other member organizations.
Revised Supplementary Provisions
  1. These rules shall take effect as of 24 June, 2002.
  2. The provision regarding the election of Executive Directors (enforced on 10 December 1992) shall be abolished.
Revised Supplementary Provisions
These rules shall take effect as of 15 September 2004.
Revised Supplementary Provisions
  1. These rules shall take effect as of 26 April 2005.
  2. The revised Item 4 of Article 13 shall be applied for championships held after these rules take effect.
Revised Supplementary Provisions
These rules shall take effect as of 22 June 2006.
Revised Supplementary Provisions
These rules shall take effect as of 15 November 2007.
Revised Supplementary Provisions
These rules shall take effect as of 6 October 2008.
Revised Supplementary Provisions
These rules shall take effect as of 26 October 2012.

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