All athletes have the right to compete in sport knowing that they, and their competitors, are clean.
The use of performance-enhancing drugs and other doping behaviour severely damages the legitimacy of sport and undermines the integrity of clean athletes.
All members of the British Judo Association are encouraged to visit the UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) and The Global Dro websites to make themselves aware of the latest information around anti-doping:
|British Judo Anti-Doping Rules|
|IJF Anti-Doping Rules – 2021|
|WADA Code – 2021|
|World Class Performance Anti-Doping Framework|
|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)