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Anti-Doping Information & Education

Basic Principle and Primary Goal

The basic principle for information and education programs for doping-free sport is to preserve the spirit of sport, as described in the introduction to the Code, from being undermined by doping. The primary goal of the IFF Anti-Doping education and information programs is prevention. The objective is to prevent the intentional or unintentional use by athletes of Prohibited Substances and Prohibited Methods.

Anti-Doping Information & Education Materials

ALPHA - Athlete Learning Program about Health and Anti-Doping (ALPHA) produced by WADA. The program has been developed with the input of eLearning specialists, athletes, anti-doping specialists and anti-doping social scientists.

Coach True - Computer based anti-doping learning tool for coaches. WADA has created CoachTrue to assist anti-doping organisations in providing anti-doping education to coaches.

Play True Challenge - Computer simulation produced by WADA that allows young athletes and young people in general to explore the types of decisions they may be faced with in regards to doping.

Real Winner - E-learning programme Real Winner includes seven short modules 3-4 minutes each. Launched by Anti-Doping Norway and Anti-Doping Denmark.

WADA Play True Quiz - Interactive computer game that tests athletes‘ knowledge about anti-doping produced by WADA. The Quiz is currently available in 36 languages.

Say NO! to Doping - Anti-Doping awareness campaign for organisations launched by WADA. The IFF Say NO! to Doping campaign is run in some of the major IFF Events.

Outreach - WADA has created the Outreach Model in an effort to provide stakeholders with the tools necessary to deliver their own outreach activities. The IFF Outreach program will be run in some of the IFF Events.

More helpful Anti-Doping resources *:

guard.sportaccord.com - Global Unified Athletes Research Database, is a web-based database designed for athletes and athletes‘ support personnel to check the composition of medicinal and supplemental substances for banned substances in accordance with the WADA Code 2015.

www.globaldro.org - The Global Drug Reference Online (Global DRO) provides athletes and support personnel with information about the prohibited status of specific medications based on the current World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List.

checksubstances.asada.gov.au - Online platform to check substances in Australia by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA).

www.antidoping.ch/en/medicine-substances-and-methods - Online platform to check substances in Switzerland by Antidoping Switzerland (mobile app also available).

www.informed-sport.com - A quality assurance programme for sports nutrition products, suppliers to the sports nutrition industry, and supplement manufacturing facilities.

www.supplement411.org - Supplement information provided by U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA)

www.ausport.gov.au/ais/nutrition/supplements/a-z_factsheets - A-Z factsheet about supplements by Australia‘s strategic high performance sport agency (AIS)

www.consumerlab.com - Supplement information and reviews.

www.wada-ama.org/national-anti-doping-organizations-nado - WADA web page with information about all National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs).

* Athletes are responsible for anything found in their system and supplements are never 100% safe.

For more information please contact antidoping(@)floorball.org

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