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Anti-Doping & Supplement Information

Click here for World Anti-Doping Agency 2018 Prohibited List, this will come into effect on 1 January 2018

Click here to access Swimming Australia's Anti Doping Policies. 

Click here for ASADA Supplements Information 

Click here for Supplement Information: Decision Tree Poster - Is it Safe? Is it Legal? Will it work for me?

Click here for Risks Associated with Supplement use Information Sheet

Click here for Caffeine and Junior Swimmers - What you need to know

Athletes are reminded that it is their responsibility to check the status of any medication or substance prior to use.

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Almost one Australian athlete tests positive from a supplement every month. Typically, these are not athletes at the elite level, who have the guidance of dieticians and strong support teams, but younger athletes or those at levels which have less support.

Historically, ASADA’s advice to athletes has always been to simply not take any supplements, however, evidence shows that many athletes still use them – either of their own accord, or under the guidance of their support personnel. To help ensure athletes do not take high-risk supplements, ASADA has recently launched the ASADA Clean Sport mobile and tablet app.

The App can also be used to report doping, check if a medication is banned in sport, give ASADA feedback on testing missions, and complete online education modules.

Is it Safe? Is it Legal? Will it work for me?



What are Supplements?





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