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Athlete Advisory: prohibited stimulants found in supplements

Australian athletes need to be cautious of supplements claiming fat loss or increases in mental performance benefits.

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Organised Crime and Drugs in Sport

Information about Operation Cobia, including investigation update, February 2014

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2015 World Anti-Doping Code

The revised Code starts on 1 January 2015

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Strengthening ASADA's anti-doping capabilites

Changes to the ASADA Act will strengthen Australia’s anti-doping efforts.

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Supplements

Prior to using any supplement, an athlete should ask themselves:

Is it legal, safe, effective or necessary?

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Stamp Out Doping

Have you seen someone using a banned substance?

Do you have information that can help us to stamp out doping?

You can confidentially report suspicious doping activity online or through our hotline.

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Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA)

Our purpose

To protect Australia's sporting integrity through the elimination of doping.

Our vision

Australia’s driving force for pure performance in sport.

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is a government statutory authority that is Australia's driving force for pure performance in sport. It is the organisation with prime responsibility for implementation of the World Anti-Doping Code (the Code) in Australia.

News

ORGANISED CRIME AND DRUGS IN SPORT

ASADA's statements on the Australian Crime Commision report into Organised Crime and Drugs in Sport. Read more...

ASADA MEDIA STATEMENT

27 June 2014

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) welcomes today’s decision by the Federal Court to set a hearing date of 11 August. Read more...