Triathlon Australia condemns doping as fundamentally contrary to the spirit of sport.
Anti-doping programs, including documents such as the Triathlon Australia Anti-Doping Policy, seek to preserve what is intrinsically valuable about sport. The Essence of sport at all levels in Australia upholds the principles of Fairness, Respect, Responsibility and Safety.
The purpose of the Triathlon Australia Anti-Doping Policy and the anti-doping programs which it supports are:
- To protect Athletes’ fundamental right to participate in doping-free sport and thus promote health, fairness and equality for Athletes worldwide; and
- To ensure harmonised, coordinated and effective anti-doping programs at the international and national level with regard to detection, deterrence and prevention of doping.
What is the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA)?
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is a government statutory authority that is Australia's driving force for pure performance in sport.
ASADA's mission is to protect Australia's sporting integrity through the elimination of doping. To achieve its mission ASADA focuses on three key themes - to deter, detect, and enforce:
ASADA deters prohibited doping practices in sport via education, doping control (testing), advocacy and the coordination of Australia's anti-doping program;
ASADA detects a breach of a sport's anti-doping policy via its doping control (testing) and investigation programs; and
ASADA enforces any breach of a policy by ensuring those violating anti-doping rules are prosecuted and sanctioned.
ASADA’s Purpose: To protect Australia's sporting integrity through the elimination of doping.
ASADA’s Vision: Australia’s driving force for pure performance in sport.
ANTI-DOPING: GET EDUCATED!
ASADA e-Learning is a new anti-doping education tool developed for the Australian sporting community by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA). The e-learning tools are designed to provide all members of Australia’s sporting community with the opportunity to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes required to be active, effective and responsible in protecting Australia’s sporting integrity.
The core six 20-minute modules, called Pure Performance Online, provides you with the opportunity to learn about the key areas of anti-doping. It covers topics such as prohibited substances and methods, therapeutic use exemptions, doping control and whereabouts.
A further 15-minute module is available if you want become a Pure Performance Supporter. This module provides you with the information and resources you need to share the anti-doping message amongst your sporting community.
It is easy to use and free. Get started by clicking the button below:
Need help? Contact ASADA at email@example.com
Visit www.asada.gov.au for more information.
The World Anti-Doping Agency WADA has published the 2017 Prohibited List (The Prohibited List), which will come into effect on the 1st of January 2017.