All athletes have the right to compete in sport knowing that they, and their competitors, are clean.
The anti-doping rules of British Judo are the rules published by UK Anti-Doping. If you are a member of British Judo then the anti-doping rules apply to you, regardless of what level you participate at. You can find the UK Anti-Doping Rules here.
The use of performance-enhancing drugs and other doping behaviour severely damages the legitimacy of sport and undermines the integrity of clean athletes.
|Information for all Members|
|IJF Anti-Doping Rules – 2021|
|WADA Code – 2021|
|Clean Sport – July 2021 Update|
|Clean Sport Posters (for clubs)|
|UKAD 2021 Code – Summary of Major Changes|
|British Judo Clean Judo Curriculum|
|2021 WADA Prohibited List|
|2021 WADA Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes|
|WADA Stakeholder Notice regarding meat contamination|
|Reporting Doping in Sport|
|Britsh Judo Anti-Doping Facts|
|GB Judo Supplement Reminder – Use of Ketone Supplements (June 2020)|
|Clean Sport Essentials Parents and Carers of Young Athletes|
(This new layout aims to take you through the TUE process in a logical order. Within these pages you will also find a few updated or new resources: updated TUE application forms (standard, ADHD, and beta-2 agonist), updated emergency medicine infographic, and a new checklist for diabetes TUE applications.)
(an interactive tool which aims to help athletes determine if they need a TUE and when to apply for one)