Corporate information

Doping poses one of the greatest threats to sport today. It harms athletes, destroys fair play and equitable competition and does irreparable damage to the credibility of sport.

Established in 2006 as a result of the Australian Government's commitment to strengthen its resolve against doping in sport, ASADA has legislative responsibility for delivering the national anti-doping programme. Our primary role is to implement the World Anti-Doping Code in Australia and we work towards protecting the health of athletes and the integrity of sport by minimising the risk of doping. We achieve this through our focus on three fundamental pillars: Enhanced engagement and partnerships; Enhanced intelligence; and Enhanced education and awareness.

These three pillars are mutually supportive—enhanced engagement and partnerships will lead to better intelligence, which will better inform targeted and effective education programs. 

Our vision

Clean, fair sport

Our purpose

To protect the health of athletes and the integrity of Australian sport by minimising the risk of doping.

 

Organisational structure

ASADA organisational structure (as at Feb 2019)