Athletes accept these rules as a condition of participation and are bound by them at all times. These sport specific rules and procedures, aimed at enforcing anti-doping principles in a global and harmonised manner, are distinct in nature and therefore not intended to be subject to, or limited by national requirements and legal standards applicable to criminal proceedings or employment matters.
Anti-doping programmes seek to preserve what is intrinsically valuable about sport. This intrinsic value is often referred to as ‘the spirit of sport’ and it is the essence of Olympism.
As a further step in the fight against doping, and in line with WADA guidelines, BISFed has set up a dedicated e-mail, allowing anyone to report potential anti-doping rule violations in a confidential and secure manner.
|BISFed Anti-Doping Rules (2018)||20 July 2018||DOWNLOAD|
|BISFed Athlete Consent Form||8 May 2018||DOWNLOAD|
|BISFed TUE Application Form||DOC||8 May 2018||DOWNLOAD|
|WADA Prohibited List||15 January 2020||DOWNLOAD|
|Summary of Major Modifications||15 January 2020||DOWNLOAD|
|Dangers of Doping – Get the Facts||31 August 2018||DOWNLOAD|
|Therapeutic Use Exemptions – At-a-Glance||31 August 2018||DOWNLOAD|
|Anti-doping – At-a-Glance||31 August 2018||DOWNLOAD|
|Doping Control – At-a-Glance||31 August 2018||DOWNLOAD|