The TUE Process

1. Request a TUE Form from your relevant anti-doping organization (ADO) or through ADAM

 2. Your physician fills out the TUE Form and you send it back to your ADO 

3. Once a TUE is requested, a panel of experts by the ADO reviews your request and will grant a TUE if: 

  • Your health will be significantly impaired if you do not take the substance.
  • The substance does not enhance your performance beyond what brings you back to normal health.
  • There are no alternative treatments available.

4. The ADO advises if you can take the requested medication or not. In the case of a denied request, you will be informed of the reasons. You have the right to appeal the decision.


* Who do I contact/where do I return my form?

National-Level Athlete: Contact National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO) or Oceania Regional Anti-Doping Organization (ORADO) 

International-Level Athlete: Contact International Federation (IF)


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