Anti-doping rules apply to athletes, Athlete Support Personnel (ASP) (like coaches or sport physicians) and other "persons" (such as those who work in sport). In order to comply with the rules and avoid doping violations, athletes and their entourage must have updated, accurate knowledge about the following:

  • Definition of doping
  • The different categories of Anti-Doping rule violations (ADRVs)
  • Prohibited Substances and Methods List
  • Supplements (managing the risk)
  • What TUEs (Therapeutic Use Exemptions) are and how to apply
  • Testing procedures
  • Results management
  • Sanctions
  • Rights and responsibilities  

Anti-doping education is an essential component of your sporting career. Take one of the online courses below and stay updated on key topics with the webinar programme offered by WADA and the International Testing Agency (ITA).

Topic: Doping and Mental Health   
Registration link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DgPktjgWRy2ySLY-JsAqeA
Event date: Tuesday 26 April, 15:00–16:00 CET 
Panelists: Thais Cevada, PhD, Brazilian NADO Education Team; Geneviève Jeanson, Former professional cyclist and Canadian Olympian
Moderator: Nikki Hamblin, ITA Education Team


FEI anti-doping course for athletes & athlete entourage


WADA e-learning resources for athletes, coaches/trainers, medical personnel sport administrators and elite athletes' parents

FEI Campus

WADA’s anti-doping eLearning platform (ADeL)