IBSA is fully committed to the fight against doping in sport, from testing and monitoring to education and promotion. As the governing body for a range of sports, we are a signatory of the World Anti-Doping Code.
Our own anti-doping rules and regulations are therefore fully compliant with the Code, and we work closely with the World Anti-Doping Agency to ensure we are doing as much as we can to support athletes and teams to make the right choices.
You can find more information about IBSA’s work on anti-doping, including documentation and downloads, elsewhere in this section.
IBSA key documents
World Anti-Doping Agency key documents
The education of athletes, coaches and medical practitioners is critical to the success of any anti-doping programme. Below are a variety of resources to assist all in understanding the processes of doping control and the implications of doping in sport:WADA Quiz – Test your knowledge of anti-doping WADA Doping Control Leaflet (English) WADA Dangers of Doping Leaflet (English) WADA Dangers of Doping Leaflet (Other languages) WADA Doping Control Video
Doping control forms (DCFs)
The World Anti-Doping Code as well as the International Standards for Testing and Investigations (ISTI) require DCFs to be submitted to WADA via ADAMS no later than 15 business days after sample collection.
Failure to do so will result in a declaration of non-compliance, in accordance with the ISO certified WADA process for non-compliance.
Anti-Doping Authorities that require assistance with the entry of the required information into ADAMS are invited to contact WADA via [email protected]
IBSA Anti-Doping Committee
The Anti-Doping Committee oversees IBSA’s activities. It helps coordinate testing, working with the sports and ensuring education takes place throughout the year.
Should you have any questions or need further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact [email protected]
Mrs. Hela Kouki Chaouachi
Mr. Halim Jebali
Mrs. Sana Khelifa
Mrs. Raja Anane Touzri
Mrs. Daniela Drogge