UK Anti-Doping

We work with the statutory body responsible for Anti Doping in the UK, (UKAD). UKAD is responsible for an extensive education and smart testing programme and athletes can be tested any time, any place without advance notice.

The Education programmes help athletes to understand and follow the rules. 

UKAD is responsible for making sure sports bodies in the UK are compliant with the World Anti-Doping Agency Code (WADA Code). It does this by implementing the UK’s National Anti-Doping Policy. 

UKAD  provides clear information and guidelines on doping in sport in the UK, so follow these links for further information.

If you have any information about the use, supply or trafficking of prohibited substances, or suspect someone of doping, MAKE THE CALL: 08000 32 23 32 or WhatsApp: +44 (0)7587 634711 or Email: intelligence@ukad.org.uk or Tweet: @ukantidoping

What is the latest Prohibited List?

You can find the very latest information on the Prohibited List here (https://www.ukad.org.uk/violations/whats-banned-sport-prohibited-list)

The Prohibited List is managed and coordinated by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Substances and methods can be added to the List at any time, but the List is updated as a minimum once a year, coming into effect on 1st January. Athletes and Athlete Support Personnel should always check this list, especially if they are unsure about anything. Check, then check, then check again !

More Resources and Information

100% me Clean Sport App 

You can download the 100% me Clean Sport App – everything you need to know about anti-doping and clean sport in one place. You can also use the app to note all medications you use. You will need to record this information on the Doping Control Form if ever you are tested.

WADA

The World Anti Doping Agency  (WADA) provides essential updates and guidance on prohibited substances as well as information on Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE).

Therapeutic Use Exemption Forms (TUE)

The Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) process is a means by which an athlete can obtain approval to use a prescribed prohibited substance or method for the treatment of a legitimate medical condition. There are two types of TUE:

1) standard TUE - required for a Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method other than inhaled beta-2 agonists

2) TUE specifically for asthma - only required for the use of inhaled beta-2 agonists for certain products i.e. formoterol and terbutaline

For more detailed information on TUEs please click here.