All Athletes are prohibited from associating with any such Athlete Support Personnel pursuant to Article 2.10 of the Code. However, Athletes should be aware that they are also prohibited from associating with any Athlete or other Person who is currently serving a period of ineligibility, and who has, while ineligible, acted as an Athlete Support Person. In order to avoid any potentially adverse consequences related to Prohibited Association, WADA recommends that all Athletes verify the status of all Athlete Support Personnel (and other Athletes they associate within a professional or sport-related capacity) with the appropriate Anti-Doping Organization (ADO) to ensure that they are not currently serving a period of ineligibility. The Prohibited Association List is for general information purposes only and has been established based on decisions and information that has been received by the World Anti-Doping Agency (“WADA”) from its stakeholders. Consequently, WADA makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, or reliability of the Prohibited Association List, which is provided “as is”. Any reliance on any information contained in the Prohibited Association List shall be taken at that individual’s own risk. In addition, WADA’s publication of the Prohibited Association List shall not be considered as formal written, advance notice to Athletes or other Persons of an Athlete Support Person’s disqualifying status and the potential consequence of Prohibited Association. WADA updates the Prohibited Association List on the following dates: 10 April, 10 July, 10 October and 10 January. As a result, certain Athlete Support Personnel whose periods of ineligibility have expired in between these updates may remain on the Prohibited Association List until the next update. Conversely, certain Athlete Support Personnel who have been sanctioned between updates may not appear on the Prohibited Association List until the next update.