Current News

The most recent media statements, Ministerial media statements and blogs.

27 April 2012

Did you know that ASADA can partner with your organisation to develop a bespoke anti-doping education program?

21 March 2012
The Australian Rugby Union’s (ARU) decision to impose a two-year ban on amateur rugby player Mitchell Spackman for the attempted use of growth hormone releasing peptide (
13 March 2012

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.

10 March 2012

The global effort to eliminate doping from sport has been given a boost following the completion of the first international anti-doping intelligence course run by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping

7 March 2012
The decision by the Queensland Rugby League’s (QRL) Anti-Doping Tribunal to impose a two-year ban on regional rugby league player Josh Earl for refusing to submit to in-competition testing
1 March 2012

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 reg

23 February 2012

Drugs, medications and substances listed on the ASADA website are only brand-name products sold in Australia.

16 February 2012

Minister for Sport Mark Arbib today announced Australian athletes attempting to qualify for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games would face the most comprehensive anti-doping program Austra

16 February 2012

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.

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