The most recent media statements, Ministerial media statements and blogs.
The Minister for Sport, Senator Kate Lundy has officially launched ASADA’s Athlete Biological Passport.
The Minister for Sport, Kate Lundy, today launched the Athlete Biological Passport program to track and chart the biological attributes of athletes and further enhance the integrity of Australian s
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is introducing an Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) into Australian sport from 1 July 2012.
In the lead up to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, Channel Seven News has taken a look at what goes on in the world of anti-doping. Read the transcript below.
Athletes give their blood, sweat and tears in training and competition, pushing their bodies to the edge; constantly striving to achieve the very best they can in their chosen sport.
Your kidneys play a vital role in maintaining your overall health, specifically they help regulate blood pressure and remove waste from the body.
A hard-hitting poster showing an athlete injecting a prohibited substance is at the centre of a new anti-doping awareness campaign launched today by the Minister for Sport, Kate Ellis.
On 31 May ASADA will host our own Biggest Morning Tea to help the Cancer Council’s efforts to raise funds for cancer research.