Basic Principle and Primary Goal

The basic principle for information and education programmes for doping-free sport is to preserve the spirit of sport, as described in the introduction to the World Anti-Doping Code, from being undermined by doping. The primary goal of the IFF Anti-Doping education and information programmes is prevention.


IFF Anti-Doping Education

The aim of the IFF anti-doping education programme is that the players first experience with anti-doping should be through information and education, rather than doping control. The IFF’s anti-doping education programme approach requires cooperation with the national anti-doping organisations in order for the athletes to primarily receive anti-doping education in their own language from the national anti-doping organisation or national association. In addition, E-learning programmes are utilised.

IFF Education Pool & content 2022

The IFF’s current focus is on educating the younger athletes (U19) and new teams entering the major IFF Events. These priority groups are included in the IFF Education Pool. The Education Programmes shall incorporate the following components: values-based education, awareness raising, information provision and anti-doping education and include at least the following topics: principles and values associated with clean sport, principle of strict liability, consequences of doping, anti-doping rule violations, substances and methods on the Prohibited List, risks of supplement use, use of medications and Therapeutic Use Exemptions, Testing procedures & Testing pools.

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Anti-Doping Information & Education Material

ADEL – WADA’s Anti-doping and Learning platform. In addition to ADEL for International-level athletes the platform includes education and learning opportunities for the anti-doping community worldwide; including: athletes, coaches, parents, medical professionals and more (requires registration).

Examples of e-learning programmes launched by National Anti-Doping Organisations:

ADEL for High Performance Coaches – WADA has created CoachTrue to assist anti-doping organisations in providing anti-doping education to coaches.

WADA Education Tools – A summary page of different WADA education tools.

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 has been run in some of the major IFF Events since 2010.

FairFloorball –  The campaign aims to encourage everyone to act responsibly. The foundation, fair, derives from IFF values and emphasizes many points from IFF sustainability programs.

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 *

IFF Supplement information –  provides basic information about the risks associated with nutritional supplements

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. – A quality assurance programme for sports nutrition products, suppliers to the sports nutrition industry, and supplement manufacturing facilities. – Supplement information and reviews.

National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) – WADA web page with information about NADOs.

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

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