Anti-Doping

Synchro Alberta is a proud supporter of the Anti-Doping laws in Canada. Synchro Alberta follows the guidelines of Synchro Canada, Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Listed below is great and important content, guidelines and information for sport participants.

    1. Global DRO
      Look up your medicine to ensure it is not prohibited during and out of competition.

 

    1. Medical Exemption Wizard
      Athletes may have illnesses or conditions that require them to take particular medications. The CCES Medical Exemption Wizard (ME Wizard) helps athletes determine if they need to apply for a medical exemption, to which organization the application should be submitted, and what to include in the application.
      Any change in sport or competition level may result in a change to TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemptions) requirements. Verify medical exemption requirements regularly to ensure the athlete has the correct information.

 

    1. WADA Doping Control Video
      Watch this 5min video presentation for a run through of the doping procedure.
    2. Play True Challenge
      Play this interactive game and start thinking about clean sport and fair play!

 

    1. True Clean 101 (Information, Quiz & Certificate)
      This course will take athletes through all of the doping procedures. In the end, there is a quiz. Athletes must get 66% or more in order to obtain a certificate.

 

    1. International Olympic Committee
      Find “Fight Against Doping” documents on the IOC website.

 

  1. Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES)
    1. Anti-Doping
    2. Canadian Anti-Doping Program
    3. History of Anti-Doping in Canada

It is the athletes’ responsibility to be up to date with all the information at all times!

Acknowledgement to Tanya Magee and Synchro BC for this content.