Our Commitment to Anti-Doping
Established in 1999, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) dreams of a world where athletes compete in a clean sporting environment. WADA continues to promote, coordinate, and monitor the fight against doping in sport in all forms at an international level. A strong defender of ethical sports, WADA aims to harmonise antidoping work across the globe, and also aims to guarantee athletes’ legal protection.
Watch the webinar for more details on WADA’s efforts.
The PowerPoint presentations that were delivered during the webinar, as well as a copy of the Athletes’ Anti-Doping Rights Act, can be accessed by clicking button below.
As discussed during the webinar, we encourage you to get more information, resources and updates by following the links below:
The International Skating Union is equally committed to a clean sporting experience.
The main axes of CLEAN SPORT are testing, prevention and education.
Doping prevention is very important because it helps skaters to raise their awareness without putting their careers at risk.
Visit their website for more details and resources.
The South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport provides a free tool to check if any medication you’re taking may be flagged. Please check that your medications are not prohibited for the competitions.
Medication Check App
Drug-Free Sport has an app which allows you check if your meds are permitted or not.
Available on Android, iOS, and other selected mobile devices.