As part of its role in providing guidance to anti-doping organisations, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) publishes a global list of Athlete Support Personnel who are currently suspended from working with Athletes or other Persons under the 2015 World Anti-Doping Code’s new, ‘Prohibited Association’ (Article 2.10) rule.Anti-Doping Education and Learning platform (ADEL)
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) launched its Anti-Doping Education and Learning platform (ADEL), which is a new and improved version of the current Anti-Doping e-Learning platform (ADeL) that was launched in January 2018.
Via the new ADEL platform, WADA will provide education and learning opportunities for the anti-doping community worldwide; including: athletes, coaches, parents, medical professionals and more. Additionally, on ADEL, anti-doping practitioners will be able to find learning opportunities to help them carry out their roles; and, resources to support development of their anti-doping programsTokyo 2020 Doping Control GuidebookRUSADA Q&A on doping (Russian)RUSADA – Doping Control Process Guide (Russian)USADA Pocket Guide for Recreational and National-Level AthletesUSADA Supplement GuideGuide to the Prohibited List 2021 (English)International Biathlon Union (IBU) Integrity CodeGuidelines for the 2021 International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ISTUE)
The International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ISTUE) was created to provide a detailed,
fair and understandable process for athletes, Anti-Doping Organizations (ADOs), physicians and Athlete
Support Personnel (ASP) to follow when situations arise where, due to illness or medical condition, an
athlete may require the use of substances or methods that are specifically included in the World AntiDoping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List (List).
An athlete applying for a TUE must have a diagnosed medical condition, confirmed by relevant medical
data that meet the ISTUE criteria for the grant of a TUE. This mandatory documentation, provided by the athlete’s physician, must accompany the TUE application sent to the ADO. This information should be guided by the relevant TUE Physician Guideline and Checklist. These guidelines and checklists cover
common or challenging medical conditions that require TUE applications.