Anti Doping Policy & Information
"Cycling Australia promotes zero-tolerance to doping in sport."
To download CA's Anti-Doping Policy effective 1 January 2010 click here
More details on Anti Doping education.
Prohibited Lists (updated 28 March 2013)
WADA has released an iPhone application for the 2013 WADA Prohibited List. Download now from the iTunes store.
- 2013 WADA Prohibited List
- WADA Monitoring program
- Athlete Advisory: Important information about GW501516
For further information on WADA lists and other policies visit the WADA website.
UCI Medical Changes
Amendments to 'No Needle Policy' effective 5 February 2013
Therapeutic Use Exemptions
For information on Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) click here
Please refer to the ASADA website for further information on Therapeutic Use Exemptions
Asthma Therapeutic Use Exemptions
For information on asthma TUEs including lung function tests and medical files click here
Article 3.2 of the CA ADP outlines the obligations of athletes, including the provision whereabouts information. In practice, this means timely and accurate information regarding your training and competition programs and your contact details relevant to where you will be located within a given period. The Australian protocols for compliance with this obligation are determined in conjunction with the Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority (ASADA) in accordance with Art 8.3.2 of the CA ADP; information is required on a quarterly basis by completing forms provided by ASADA.
The forms and reminders of this process are circulated to athletes through the CA high performance office.
To download the UCI Athletes Whereabouts Form click here
To download the ASADA Athletes Whereabouts Form click here
For a memo issued by Cycling Australia regard athlete's Obligation to Provide Whereabouts Information, click here
Whereabouts information online through ASADA, click here
Supplements are not fully regulated in Australia and there is a risk that some supplements may contain ingredients or impurities that could cause a positive test result. It is impossible to guarantee the safety of these products and the athlete remains ultimately responsible for any and all substances that they consume (or supply).
Cycling Australia Supplements Policy - November 2012
Report Doping Confidentially
Information on doping or associated suspicious activity is critical in the fight against doping in our sport. If you have any such knowledge or information you should forward it in confidence to the CEO; or alternatively, you can submit information confidentially and anonymously direct to ASADA via their website, click here.
Retirement and Reinstatement
The CA Anti-Doping Policy (and World Anti-Doping Code) sets out a number of important obligations for elite athletes wishing to retire or subsequently, return to the sport.
For information of Retirement and Reinstatement click here
UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) - the International body that governs competitive cycling for all disciplines.
ASADA (Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority) - ASADA is the Australian Government Agency responsible for testing, education and advocacy as well as investigation and enforcement. ASADA also incorporates the functions of the Australian Sports Drug Medical Advisory Committee (ASDMAC).
WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) - publish and maintains the 'Prohibited List' which is an international standard identifying substances and methods prohibited in-competition, out-of-competition, and in particular sports