The purpose of the IOF Anti-Doping Programme is to protect the athletes’ fundamental right to participate in doping-free sport.
WADA’s secure digital platform for reporting possible Anti-Doping Rule Violations
WADA 2017 Prohibited List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (Comes into effect on 1 January 2017)
WADA Summary of modifications to the 2017 List
Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)
All athletes in the IOF Registered Testing Pool, and all athletes taking part in IOF Events (in this context: World Cup, World Championships, Junior World Championships, Regional Continental Championships, in any of the recognised disciplines) and needing medication/treatment that is on the WADA Prohibited list (see link above), need to apply for a TUE from the IOF. Other athletes should apply for the TUE in their home country from the national anti-doping organisation.
IOF Registered Testing Pool
The inclusion of athletes in the IOF Registered Testing Pool (RTP) is based on performance in the World Championships and on the World Ranking.
Athlete Whereabouts / ADAMS instructions
Athlete Whereabouts at a Glance (by WADA)
ADAMS Athletes’ User Guide (by WADA)
Admin User Guide English (by WADA)
IOF Anti-Doping Officer
kirsty.mcintyre (at) orienteering.org
+46 70 202 83 27