From the 8th June 2020 ASADA Field Staff will be wearing a new uniform when conducting doping control testing. Photos of the new uniforms can be found here.
WRESTLING AND ASADA
Wrestling Australia Inc (WAI) is committed to educating athletes, parents, coaches and support staff about the risks associated with the use of prohibited substances and doping methods in sport.
Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is responsible for coordinating Australians Anti-Doping Programs which helps and protects your rights to compete on a level playing field, free from banned doping practices. It is imperative that all athletes and coaches understand the requirements when it comes to sample collection by ASADA.
CLEAN SPORT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
Did you know, as a member of Wrestling Australia, you can be subject to anti-doping testing and investigation- anytime, anywhere.
Keep up to date with all things ‘Anti-Doping’ by downloading the ASADA Clean Sport App (free from the App store) and by completing ASADA’s online courses at www.elearning.asada.gov.au
CONTACT WITH A BANNED ATHLETES OR COACH
Prohibited association is one of the ten anti-doping rule violations.
Wrestlers can not associate with anyone serving an anti-doping ban in a sport related capacity.
ASADA CLEAN SPORT 101
ASADA have a new course called Clean Sport 101, this is a beginners course that takes only 15 minutes to complete.
ASADA LEVEL 2 ANTI-DOPING COURSE
ASADA’s Level 2: 2020 anti-doping course is now live and available on .
The course is for athletes, support personnel and other members of the Australian sporting community highlighting changes to the WADA Prohibited List, as well as other anti-doping information that’s vital to know for 2020. The course can be accessed by anyone who has already completed the Level 1 anti-doping course, which is also available on the eLearning site.
If you have any questions about Level 2: 2020, or any other ASADA online courses, get in touch with the ASADA Education team at .
Please keep an eye on our social media pages for announcements about the course so you can easily share the details with your athletes.
PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES AND METHODS
A full list if prohibited substances and methods can be found on the ASADA website (www.asada.gov.au). All athletes and coaches should check any substances that they are taking to ensure that they are not a banned substance. Please check the ASADA website or contact the ASADA Hotline on 1800 020 506 for further clarification.
THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTIONS (TUE)
Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) allow an athlete to use, for therapeutic use only, an otherwise prohibited substance or method which may be present during competition. Where an athlete is required by their doctor to take a substance which is listed as a prohibited substance, they must first seek a Therapeutic Use Exemption from the Australian Sport Drug Medical Advisory Committee (ASDMAC). TUE applications must be submitted to ASDMAC and may take up to 30 days to process.
To check substances and apply for Therapeutic Use Exemptions please visit – www.asdmac.gov.au
ANTI-DOPING ORGANISATION ANSD CONTACT INFORMATION
For further information on anti-doping please contact one of the following organisations:
Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) – www.asada.gov.au, 1800 020 506
Australian Sports Drug Medical Advisory Committee (ASDMAC) – www.asdmac.gov.au
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) – www.wada-ama.org
ASADA would like to announce the launch of a new online course specifically focused on Whereabouts.
The course has been designed to help athletes and their support teams understand what Whereabouts is, and what it means to be placed on a Registered Testing Pool of Domestic Testing Pool.
It includes information on:
· The importance of whereabouts to prevent and detect doping
· What information is required from athletes
· The difference between missed tests and filing failures
· Case studies of how athletes have received strikes
· The consequences of a strike
The course takes around 15 minutes and is freely available through ASADA e-Learning.
August Training Camp. Photo by Alex Bogatyrev