Education is the key to protecting the health of all athletes and maintaining the integrity of Australian sport.
Anti-doping education might seem like something that only matters to those elite athletes competing on the world stage and being tested.
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) today acknowledged the decision of Country Rugby League (CRL) to impose a two-year ban on athlete Ian Catania for the presence of a prohibited substance.
Amendments to the World Anti-Doping Code (Code) will assist anti-doping organisations manage cases of potential clenbuterol meat contamination and ensure that cases are managed fairly for all athletes.
Potential doping products often become available to athletes via internet sites with little evidence available as to their action within humans.
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) would like to welcome the new Minister for Sport, Senator the Hon. Richard Colbeck, and is looking forward to working together and continuing our mission of building a sporting landscape that is clean and fair.
A level playing field. Healthy pathways. The need to bridge the gap. These were just some of the reasons current and former athletes joined the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority’s (ASADA) newly established Athletes Advisory Group (AAG) which was launched today.
Steam clean. Squeaky clean. Are you ASADA clean?
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) recognises the crucial role parents play in helping children achieve their sporting goals and also in protecting their children from the potential pitfalls.
Blocked nose? Feeling lousy? Thinking of taking a cold and flu tablet? Be careful.