Clean Sport – Anti Doping

All athletes have the right to compete in sport knowing that they, and their competitors, are clean.

British Judo believe in clean Judo and work in partnership with UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) and the International Judo Federation to ensure that the integrity of our sport is protected.

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.

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 Clean Judo Steering Group: Paul Ajala, Karen Roberts, Tim Ellis, Dermot Heslop, John Malkinson, Dave Duffy, Euan Burton, Tom Hughes

Information for all Members
Information for Parents, Carers and Guardians
IJF Anti-Doping Rules – 2021
WADA Prohibited List – 2024
National Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Pool – Judo
Clean Sport – July 2021 Update
Clean Sport Hub – Posters for Clubs

Compete Clean – eLearning (Modules for Athletes, Coaches, Athlete Support Personnel and Parents & Guardians)
Clean Sport Posters (for clubs)

UKAD 2021 Code – Summary of Major Changes
British Judo Clean Judo Curriculum
British Judo Clean Sport Strategy
Global Dro
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
UKAD Hay fever TUE guidelines

Medicine that needs a TUE:

(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.)

TUE Wizard:

(an interactive tool which aims to help athletes determine if they need a TUE and when to apply for one)

We would also encourage all GB National Squad members to download the 100% ME app