TUE

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AcronymDefinition
TUETuesday
TUETechnische Universiteit Eindhoven (Eindhoven University of Technology; Netherlands)
TUETherapeutic Use Exemption (sports)
TUETotal Unadjusted Error
TUETest Under Equipment
TUETraité sur l'Union Européenne (French: Treaty on European Union)
TUETerre, Univers, Environnement
TUETotal User Experience
TUEThe Underwater Effect (gaming)
TUETrusted User Engine
TUETrainer Unique Equipment
TUETerrorist Use of Explosives
TUETransmit Underrun Register Empty
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In each AAF, the participant was able to prove either: possession of a Therapeutic Use Exemption; show that the substance was ingested via a permitted route; or present in a sample through the ingestion of a substance that is permitted under the WADA code."
To the Editor: As members of the Therapeutic Use Exemption Committee (TUEC) of the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS), we thank colleagues throughout the country for supporting athletes in their applications for a therapeutic use exemption (TUE).
"Lochte received an intravenous infusion of permitted substances at an infusion clinic in a volume greater than 100 mL in a 12-hour period without a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)," USADA said in a statement.
The Spanish club applied for a retrospective therapeutic use exemption (TUE) when UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against the player early 2017 but this was rejected and the Court of Arbitration for~Sport subsequently turned down Nasri's appeal against the decision.
Rose was granted a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) - special permission to use a banned substance for a medical need - to treat a back injury.
I took that medication while re-applying for a Therapeutic Use Exemption. Under the requirements of the Joint Drug Program, I made a mistake in doing so."
According to stuff.co.nz, UCI had earlier denied accepting the tests as positive only because the banned steroid traces were likened to a skin-cream that Armstrong used to treat his saddle sores, for which he had produced a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) certificate during the 1999 Tour de France.
"However, the athlete did not have a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) to explain the adverse analytical finding, nor did he retrospectively apply to obtain a TUE.
Frederiksen, who is asthmatic, reported a Salbutamol level of over 100 ng/ml with the IPC stating "a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) granted for the use of Salbutamol did not justify this concentration".
MacLeod, who has 16 Scotland caps, did not have a current valid Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) for the drug.
By getting a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) for triamcinolone before the 2012 Tour, Wiggins did not break World Anti-Doping Authority rules.
But Rio Olympic time trial silver medallist Tom Dumoulin questioned Wiggins's TUE (therapeutic use exemption), adding: "Wiggins' injection also worked for weeks - then you should be out of competition for weeks.