The Herald Sun story published on 18 September 2015 headed, ‘North’s Spark is legal’ gives the wrong impression that the supplement product has ASADA’s approval.
When Australian athletes next head online to complete their anti-doping education they will have access to one of the best eLearning courses available in the country ... maybe the world.
Following several media reports regarding the substance Actovegin, there has been a high level of interest on what the status of Actovegin is in sport.
On 29 July 2015, the Australia Football League confirmed it had issued infraction notices to Lachlan Keefe and Josh Thomas of the Collingwood Football Club.
In the lead up to the Lifesaving World Championships—Rescue 2016, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) visited the Australian Life Saving Team camp on the Sunshine Coast to present and engage with athletes on the topic of anti-doping.
In today’s Adelaide Advertiser there was a report about the Australian Football League’s (AFL) illicit drugs policy. The story contained certain assertions and inferences about ASADA’s involvement with the AFL’s illicit drugs program that has led to confusion amongst readers.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has launched a brand new video interview series called WADA Talks.
We take our hats off to UK Anti-Doping who are this week celebrating the 10th anniversary of its education programme, 100% me.