Competing clean is not only a key principle in preserving the integrity and fairness of sport, for the benefit of Athletes, coaches and fans alike, it also helps protect your image, reputation and, above all, your health. Doping robs you of all of these things. As a clean athlete, you can take pride in your performances.

It is your responsibility to protect both yourself and your sport by complying with the World Anti-Doping Code.

Find key resources and links to help you learn more about anti-doping and protect the values of clean sport.

If you have any information on doping please contact the World Anti-Doping Agency see here, the International Testing Agency, or your national/regional responsible authority.

Speak Up App

What is it?
This app is a secure and confidential way for you to report activity to WADA that you think goes against anti-doping rules in sport.

How does it help Athletes?
Every time someone steps forward with information on doping, we move closer to a clean and fair playing field for all. Help us protect the clean athlete and the integrity of sport, if you have detected or noticed any case of cheating, if you have witnessed it or if you have good reason to suspect it, we encourage you to report it.

International Olympic Committee

What is it?
Protecting clean athletes by fighting against doping is a top priority for the IOC, which has established a zero-tolerance policy to combat cheating and to make anyone responsible for using or providing doping products accountable.

How does it help Athletes?
The IOC Fight against doping page provides the rules around games, latest news and information on testing.

Play True Generation Quiz

Take WADA’s Play True Quiz to test your knowledge about anti-doping, the dangers of doping and your responsibilities under the World Anti-Doping Code. Available in 47 languages.

Anti-Doping E-learning

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.