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INFO FOR ATHLETES & COACHES

ANTI-DOPING E-LEARNING ADeL

The Anti-Doping e-Learning platform (ADeL) offers access to all topics related to clean sport and anti-doping. It offers courses for athletes, coaches, doctors, administrators and anyone interested in learning more about anti-doping and protecting the values of clean sport.

ADeL currently includes the following modules:

ALPHA

This online program gives athletes information about the dangers of doping and the importance of anti-doping controls and promotes positive attitudes to avoiding doping. The tool shifts the focus from what athletes are not allowed to do, to offering solutions for clean progression in sport.

COACH TRUE

CoachTrue provides anti-doping education for coaches of elite and recreational-level athletes. It has different modules covering all anti-doping processes as well as tutorials, scenario-based activities and quizzes.

SPORT PHYSICIAN’S TOOL KIT ONLINE

Sport Physician’s Tool Kit (online) is a streamlined version of the paper based tool kit that allows physicians and other medical personnel to take the course electronically. In addition to covering anti-doping modules specific to sports physicians, there are also three modules covering major games topics, done in collaboration with the IOC. The material contained in the Sport Physician’s Tool Kit (SPTK) is intended to help sport physicians develop anti-doping education programs that can be adapted and customized to suit local cultures, conditions and resources.

ADO KICKSTART

ADO Kickstart is a reference tool that supports administrators in delivering their core anti-doping duties on a daily basis. Step-by-Step processes are outlined with supporting templates, relevant resources for each activity.

PARENTS’ GUIDE TO SUPPORT CLEAN SPORT

An anti-doping reference guide/booklet for parents seeking more information to ensure healthy athletic development and prevent the use of prohibited substances. This resource is relevant to parents of all levels of athletes from beginner to elite.

OTHER RESOURCES FOR ATHLETES

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) provides useful and important tools for raising athlete awareness. It is important for athletes to remember that they are responsible for everything they put into their bodies and for all substances they use. Athletes must be aware and vigilant in their choices, and it is the responsibility of the National Federations and International Federation to make sure they have access to the knowledge resources they need.

Here we provide some useful educational tools translated into various languages:

Doping Control Process – EnglishFrenchPersianRussianTurkishSpanishBengali

TUE Process – English, French, Spanish, Bengali, Persian, Russian, Turkish

For WADA’s Q&A on the use of Medications, follow this link:
Q&A on Medications

For WADA’s Q&A on Dietary Supplements, follow this link:
Q&A on Dietary Supplements

Click here to download these resources from WADA’s “At A Glance” series:

Athlete_Guide_2015_EN

At_a_Glance_TUEs

Dangers_of_Doping_Leaflet

WADA_Recapping Anti-Doping

WADA_Recapping Doping-Control

For more resources, and access to resources in French and Spanish, please visit:

WADA Athlete Resources

If you have specific questions about the testing procedure, contact your National Federation to inquire about IFMA’s Doping Control Procedures.

Test your knowledge with WADA’s Play True Quiz:

Play True Quiz

 

 

WHEREABOUTS SUBMISSION FOR RTP ATHLETES

For IFMA’s Registered Testing Pool (RTP) athletes only, those who have been contacted directly via email or their respective National Federations.

RTP athletes must download Athlete Central, WADA’s new App that facilitates athlete compliance with Whereabouts rules under the global anti-doping program. 

It is available for use and download from the Apple Store and Google Play. Athlete Central, which is powered by WADA’s Anti-Doping Administration & Management System (ADAMS), replaces WADA’s current App that has been operational for a few years and required modernizing.

Whereabouts rules, which are a key component of global sport’s crucial out-of-competition testing programs, are part of the International Standard for Testing and Investigations. The rules require a limited number of top-level athletes within a Registered Testing Pool (RTP) to provide their Anti-Doping Organization (ADO) with details of where they can be found for one hour every day.