EDUCATION

ATHLETES’ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Athletes’ responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

complying with the JJIF’s Anti-Doping Rules, policies and practices;

  • Being available for testing at all times;
  • Ensuring that no prohibited substance enters their body and that no prohibited method is used;
  • Informing medical personnel of their obligation not to use any substances or methods prohibited according to the Prohibited List in force and taking responsibility to make sure that any medical treatment received does not violate anti-doping rules;
  • Applying for a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)  to the JJIF (or the national anti-doping organization if the athlete is a national level athlete) if no alternative permitted treatment is possible (see the JJIF’s TUE application process);
  • Cooperating with anti-doping organizations investigating anti-doping rules violations (ADRVs); and
  • Disclosing to JJIF and to their National Anti-Doping Organisation any decision finding that the Athlete committed an anti-doping violation within the previous ten years.

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ATHLETES’ COMMITMENT

In accordance with the WADA rules and the JJIF regulations, the Athletes' Commission has elaborated an Athlete's Commitment document, which includes the athlete's anti-doping commitment.

Click HERE to download the Athlete’s Commitment which includes their Anti-Doping Commitment

ATHLETE SUPPORT PERSONNELS’ RIGHTS AND RESPONSBILITIES

Coaches, trainers, managers, agents and other support personnel have a role in defending clean sport and supporting the athletes in the anti-doping processes.

Athlete Support Personnel’s’ responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • knowing and complying with all applicable anti-doping policies and rules, including the JJIF’s Anti-Doping Rules;
  • Cooperating with the Athlete Testing program;
  • Using his/her influence on Athlete to promote a clean sport philosophy
  • Disclosing to JJIF and his/her National Anti-Doping Organisation any decision finding that the he/she committed an anti-doping violation within the previous ten years;
  • Cooperating with anti-doping organizations investigating anti-doping rules violations (ADRVs);
  • Refraining from using or possessing any Prohibited Substances or Prohibited Method without valid justification.

Athlete Support Personnel’s rights include (but are not limited to):


In the case of an ADRV being asserted, the Athlete Support Personnel has the right to a fair hearing and the right to appeal the hearing decision.

Rights regarding data protection, according to ISPPPI and any local law applicable.

TAB 3 – ADel

Effective prevention and clean sport values-based education programs are important to create a strong doping-free culture. WADA has developed resources for athletes, coaches, doctors and any other person who wishes to know more about anti-doping

The Anti-Doping e-Learning platform (ADeL) offers access to all topics related to clean sport and anti-doping. It offers courses for athletes, coaches, doctors, administrators and anyone interested in learning more about anti-doping and protecting the values of clean sport.

ADeL currently includes the following modules:

This online program gives athletes information about the dangers of doping and the importance of anti-doping controls and promotes positive attitudes to avoiding doping. The tool shifts the focus from what athletes are not allowed to do, to offering solutions for clean progression in sport.

CoachTrue provides anti-doping education for coaches of elite and recreational-level athletes. It has different modules covering all anti-doping processes as well as tutorials, scenario-based activities and quizzes.

 Sport Physician’s Tool Kit (online) is a streamlined version of the paper based tool kit that allows physicians and other medical personnel to take the course electronically. In addition to covering anti-doping modules specific to sports physicians, there are also three modules covering major games topics, done in collaboration with the IOC. The material contained in the Sport Physician’s Tool Kit (SPTK) is intended to help sport physicians develop anti-doping education programs that can be adapted and customized to suit local cultures, conditions and resources

ADO Kickstart is a reference tool that supports administrators in delivering their core anti-doping duties on a daily basis. Step-by-Step processes are outlined with supporting templates, relevant resources for each activity.

An anti-doping reference guide/booklet for parents seeking more information to ensure healthy athletic development and prevent the use of prohibited substances. This resource is relevant to parents of all levels of athletes from beginner to elite.

This course consists of three modules created in collaboration with the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

These are condensed versions, which focus is on the knowledge needed for Major Games. The modules will help you understand how to identify and prescribe Prohibited Drugs at Major Events. In addition, it will provide guidance on bringing medication to the Games as well as information on the IOC Needle Policy.

This course is for medical professionals including sports physicians or any other professional involved in the diagnosis, treatment or rehabilitation of athletes. It is designed to equip them with accurate anti-doping knowledge, with a focus on understanding how to operate in line with the anti-doping rules and support their athletes.

Information Security Awareness for Everyone (iSAFE) is a video-based course designed to help you identify common security threats and protect yourself against them. 

The safe practices taught in this course can be applied by everyone, including athletes, coaches, and anti-doping administrators, in day-to-day activities when using web and app-based anti-doping tools like ADAMS.

WADA's Play True Quiz is an interactive computer game that tests athletes and their entourage’s knowledge about anti-doping. It is currently available in 36 languages. As an integral element of its Outreach Program, WADA devoted considerable resources to the development of this interactive computer game which has been showcased at major events including the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games and many international events.

The Youth Quiz was developed to target a younger audience by providing them core anti-doping information that better suits their level. This interactive tool has been featured at the Youth Olympic Games and other youth events. The Youth Quiz is currently available in 34 languages.