Your kidneys play a vital role in maintaining your overall health, specifically they help regulate blood pressure and remove waste from the body. If you are an athlete you need to be in peak condition during training and competition, and it is important to understand performance-enhancing drugs can compromise your health over the long term.
On 31 May ASADA will host our own Biggest Morning Tea to help the Cancer Council’s efforts to raise funds for cancer research. Staff have volunteered to bring sweet and savoury treats to share around the office. Everyone working in ASADA’s Canberra headquarters will gather for morning tea and give generously to assist the very valuable work of the Cancer Council, which includes cancer-prevention programs.
Did you know that ASADA can partner with your organisation to develop a bespoke anti-doping education program?
ASADA’s CEO, Aurora Andruska, was profiled this weekend in The Age:
Athletes or support personnel claiming a lack of education as an excuse for breaching their sport’s anti-doping policy are doing themselves a disservice.
Australian athletes competing or training in China, Mexico, and countries in the European Union (EU) should be aware of important information released by international anti-doping organisations regarding clenbuterol.
Drugs, medications and substances listed on the ASADA website are only brand-name products sold in Australia.
Minister for Sport Mark Arbib today announced Australia’s most comprehensive anti-doping programs for teams competing at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A key benefit of completing our Pure Performance Online (PPO) course is that it allows access to short, interactive presentations called Pure Performance Learning Bites.
Thank you to all the Registered Testing Pool (RTP) athletes who recently updated their quarterly whereabouts information by the due date.