Is there anything updated from that...that document is from 2016, and things with WADA change yearly. I spoke with USADA officials 3 weeks ago, and they told me post race IV's need an TUE if more than the prescribed amount.
I don't think there is anything updated. I wouldn't be surprised if they just make a blanket statement to say it's not allowed. The rules are clearly written to be superseded a medical dx in a 'hospital' setting.
So, if you arrive to the medical tent delirious etc. your physician will make a call, which is really seen as a on the spot TUE. I guess USADA would rather make a blanket statement to avoid every other athlete faking it in the med tent.
when i first saw the change to the Code, and read the exceptions, i didn't see anything about post-ironman IVs that would qualify as a medical emergency exception. they can certainly do what they want at WADA. but i seem to remember, looking at this at the time, that the med tent would not qualify, otherwise that's a tacit admission that all these folks crossing the line are in medical emergency territory. it's further complicated by the latest best practices through the prism of hyponatremia.
but like i said, maybe they're not even doing industrial scale IVs anymore there. i don't know.