WADA was established in 1999 as an international independent agency to lead a collaborative worldwide movement for doping-free sport. WADA’s governance and funding are based on equal partnership between the Sport Movement and Governments of the world.
WADA’s primary role is to develop, harmonize and coordinate anti-doping rules and policies across all sports and countries. Our key activities include scientific and social science research; education; intelligence & investigations; development of anti-doping capacity; and monitoring of compliance with the World Anti-Doping Program.
As an athlete, you may have an illness or medical condition that requires a particular medication. If this medication contains a substance or requires an administration method that is on the List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (List), you may apply for a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE). A TUE allows you to use the medication or method as it will not afford you a competitive advantage, but rather ensure you can compete in a proper state of health.
Before taking any medication, as an athlete you must check the status on the List or with your anti-doping organization (ADO). If the substance is prohibited, you will need to follow the process to apply for a TUE.
WFDF Anti-Doping Rules 2021 (valid from 1 January 2021)
WFDF athlete information notice (ADAMS)
WFDF TUE application form for Therapeutic Use Exemption
WFDF Doping Control form as WADA template
WFDF Testing intelligence and investigation
For detailed information please visit the blow listed websites. Also read the above listed documents.