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New! Anti-Doping Knowledge Centre (ADKC)

Every anti-doping practitioner should consult the ADKC whenever doing scientific or legal research, or seeking models and resources for education and prevention programmes. Is the largest fully accessible collection of anti-doping materials in the world.Its search engine is robust and easy to use.more

First Report of the WADA Independent Commission

In December 2014, WADA launched an Independent Commission (IC) to investigate the validity of allegations made by ARD’s documentary titled ‘The secrets of Doping: How Russia makes its winners?’.more

Olivier Niggli Appointed as WADA's New Director General

During the WADA Executive Committee on November 17th, Olivier Nigglie was named as WADA's new Director General, to succeed David Howman.more

Proposed Amendments to the WADA Statutes Relating to Code Compliance

Proposals were given to WADA to broaden the consequences of a declaration of non-compliance and the need to ensure that a credible system be put in place in order to facilitate harmonization and enhancement of anti-doping programs worldwide.more

Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) Update

There are presently 49 Anti-Doping Organizations (ADOs) who have implemented the haematological module of the ABP, having reported ABP tests in ADAMS. To date, the ABP has results in 81 Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) since 2010 by 8 different ADOs. There have also been over 400 "traditional" positive analyses for blood doping that have been to a large degree due to strategic target testing.more

Values-Based Education Conference Resolution

On the 2-3 October 2015, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), in partnership with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), hosted a values-based education conference in Ottawa, Canada with the purpose of bringing together researchers and experts to examine how anti-doping organizations can enhance education programs to strengthen the global fight against doping in sport. Resolutions includemore

WADA Athlete Committee Meeting Outcomes

WADA Athletes Committee Meeting met at the WADA Headquarters, Montreal Canada on the 19-20th October 2015. Read more for important outcomes of the meeting.more

Doping Control Independence from the Sporting Organisations

WADA's response to the "Olympic Summit" statement on doping control independence from sporting organisations.more
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2016 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

January:

  • 15-17: RADO Conference, Bangkok, THAILAND
  • 27-29: International Anti-Doping Seminar, Tokyo, JAPAN

February:

  • 13-15: Oceania Badminton, Auckland- NEW ZEALAND
  • 22: South Pacific DCO Conference, Nadi, FIJI (Postponed due to Tropical Cyclone Winston)
  • 23-26: Play True Pasifik (PTP) Master Educator (Refresher) & Educator Training, Nadi, FIJI (Postponed due to Tropical Cyclone Winston)

March:

  • 4-7: North Pacific DCO Training (Refresher), GUAM (Defer to 2017)
  • 14-16: WADA Anti-Doping Organization (ADO) Symposium, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
  • 21-24: ORADO Financial Audit

April:

  • 11: Play True Pasifik (PTP) Master Educator (Refresher), Nadi, FIJI
  • 12: South Pacific DCO Conference, Nadi, FIJI
  • 13-15: Play True Pasifik (PTP) Educator, Nadi, FIJI
  • 19-21: Oceania Athletes Commission meeting & E4L/ACP Train the trainers, Nadi, FIJI

May:

  • 7: ORADO Board Meeting, Port Vila- VANUATU
  • 8: ONOC Medical Commission TUE Training, Port Vila- VANUATU
  • 9: ONOC General Assembly, Port Vila- VANUATU
  • 10-11: Pacific Games Council Meeting, Port Vila- VANUATU
  • 24-29: Oceania Weightlifting Olympic Qualifying Tournament, Suva, FIJI

June:

  • 21-26: Oceania Swimming Olympic Qualifying Tournament, Suva, FIJI

 

 

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