From the 1st of January 2021 the Triathlon Australia Anti-Doping Policy is the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy and can be found on the Sport Integrity Australia website:
Australian National Anti-Doping Policy - Takes affect on the 1st of January 2021
All members, participants, and non-participants in the sport of triathlon are bound by these rules. This includes athletes, support personnel and employees whose employment contracts enables this.
# Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Important Updates are made at the bottom of this website page.
Warning to all Triathlon Australia Members and Support Personnel
1. You are responsible for knowing what the anti-doping rule violations are.
2. You must find out which substances and methods are prohibited.
3. Ignorance is no excuse.
4. You must be aware of the rules of the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy.
5. The Australian National Anti-Doping Policy adopts the strict liability principle.
6. Athletes are responsible for anything found in their system.
7. You must be aware of the sanctions that could be applied to you in the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy.
* Please remember that all athletes are responsible to check the status of any medication or substance prior to use.
Any athlete may be required to provide a Sample at any time and at any place with a valid request by a Sport Integrity Australia official (or an official acting on behalf of Sport Integrity Australia) for testing. Evading, refusing, or failing to submit to sample collection during or after notification could result in an athlete receiving a sanction. The penalty for evading, refusing, or failing to provide a sample upon a valid request may be the same as providing a sample that contains a prohibited substance.
Further information on athlete testing, who can be tested, athletes rights, athletes responsibilities can be found on the Sport Integrity Australia Website under Athlete Testing
Sport Integrity Australia - Australia's National Anti-Doping Organisation
Sport Integrity Australia (formerly ASADA) is Australia's national anti-doping organisation established in 2006 by the Australian Government. The role of Sport Integrity Australia is to develop a sporting culture in Australia that is free from doping, and where an athlete's performance is purely dependent on talent, determination, courage and honesty. The Sport Integrity website provides information for all Triathlon Australia members and participants which includes the prohibited substance list, therapeutic use exemptions, e-learning, check your substances, athlete whereabouts and report doping.
Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Website provides information on a number of important anti-doping key areas including:
1. 2021 World Anti-Doping Code
2. Anti-Doping Rule Violations
4. Athlete Whereabouts - High Performance Athletes
5. Prohibited Substances and Methods
Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Website Page: Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Website
Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Current Sanctions
Under the World Anti-Doping Code there are 10 possible anti-doping rule violations. Anti-doping rule violations information can be located on the Sport Integrity Australia Website.Sport Integrity Australia maintains the national sport sanctions - violations list.
World Anti-Doping Agency List of Prohibited Substances and Methods List 2022
The World Anti-Doping Code List of Prohibited Substances and Methods List 2022 will come into effect on the 1st of January 2022.
Sport Integrity Australia has provided a summary of the World Anti-Doping Code List of Prohibited Substances and Methods List 2022 changes and this information can be found here
World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List 2022 - Summary of Prohibited Substances: Please click here
Sport Integrity Australia e-Learning Education - Anti-Doping
Sport Integrity Australia provides several excellent e-Learning Anti-Doping education courses available to all triathlon participants. Sport Integrity Australia e-Learning Anti-Doping education courses include:
Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Clean Sport 101 e-Learning Course: Clean Sport 101 is an introduction to Anti-Doping rules written in plain English. Designed for pathway athletes early in their careers, unlikely to be tested, and community/grassroots levels. Triathlon Australia suggests all members (12 years and above) to complete online education course, including junior members, non-competing members, coach members, technical officials, and adult competing members.
Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Parents Guide to Clean Sport e-Learning Course: Parents Guide to Clean Sport is designed to teach parents or young athletes about Anti-Doping rules, doping risks, healthy sport culture, nutrition and the risks of supplement use. Triathlon Australia suggests all parents of junior athletes (18 years and below) complete this online education couse.
Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Fundamentals e-Learning Course: The Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping e-Learning course is a free and easy-to-use online education tool featuring online courses, videos and learning updates. The Sport Integrity Australia Anti-Doping Fundamentals course provides comprehensive anti-doping education designed for all athletes and support personnel participating in competitive sport. Triathlon Australia suggests all members (14 years and above) to complete this online education course, including all Triathlon Australia members who compete at club, local and national races.
Sport Integrity Australia e-Learning Education Course Name: Anti-Doping
Sport Integrity Australia Important Anti-Doping Updates:
Sport Integrity Australia Important Anti-Doping Update 22nd of December 2021 - World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List 2022
The World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List is updated each year with the revised List coming into effect on the 1st of January 2022.
Updated annually, the World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List identifies the substances and methods that are prohibited to athletes in- and out-of-competition.
World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List 2022 Major Changes:
Substances and methods prohibited at all times
• BPC-157 is now listed as a prohibited substance. Athletes should be aware that BPC-157 is being illegally included insome wellness and anti-aging treatments and products.
• Anabolic Agents: On the Prohibited List, Tibolone has been transferred from the ‘Other Anabolic Agents’ category (S1.2) to the Anabolic Androgenic Steroids category (S1.1) and osilodrostat has been added to the S1.2 category as aprohibited substance.
• Peptide hormones, growth factors, related substances andmimetics: Various examples of growth hormone analoguesare added to this category.
• Beta-2 Agonists: The daily dosing time intervals for salbutamol have been reduced to 600 micrograms (6 puffs) over 8 hours starting from any dose (previously 800 micrograms over 12 hours).
Substances and Methods Prohibited In-Competition
• Glucocorticoids: All injectable routes of administration of glucocorticoids are now prohibited during the in-competition period
World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List 2022 Important Resources
World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List 2022: Please click here
World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List 2022 - Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes: Please click here
Sport Integrity Australia World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List 2022 Fact Sheet: Please click here
Sport Integrity Australia Check your substances on Global Dro: Please click here
Sport Integrity Australia Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE): Please click here