Athletes, Athlete Support Personnel and other groups who are subject to anti-doping rules all have rights and responsibilities under the World Anti-Doping Code.

It is important that athletes and Athlete Support Personnel know and understand the WADA Code Article 21 (Additional Roles and Responsibilities of Athletes and Other Persons), particularly Article 21.1 (Roles and Responsibilities of Athletes), Article 21.2 (Roles and Responsibilities of Athlete Support Personnel) and Article 21.3 (Roles and Responsibilities of Other Persons Subject to the Code).

 

Athlete’s Rights

This section presents a summary of the key athlete rights. It is important that both athletes and Athlete Support Personnel know and understand these.

Ensuring that athletes are aware of their rights and these are respected is vital to the success of clean sport. Athlete rights exist throughout the Code and International Standards and they include:
• Equality of opportunity
• Equitable and Fair Testing programs
• Medical treatment and protection of health rights
• Right to justice
• Right to accountability
• Whistle-blower rights
• Right to education
• Right to data protection
• Rights to compensation
• Protected Persons Rights
• Rights during a Sample Collection Session
• Right to B sample analysis
• Other rights and freedoms not affected
• Application and standing

The Athletes’ Anti-Doping Rights Act sets out these rights and responsibilities. For more information, you can refer directly to the document here: Athletes’ Anti-Doping Rights Act.

 

Athletes’ Responsibilities

It is equally important that athletes are aware of their anti-doping responsibilities.
Athlete Support Personnel should also familiarise themselves with these in order to be able to support their athletes. These include:
• Knowing and following the International Floorball Federation Anti-Doping Rules and any other applicable Anti-Doping Rules
• Taking full responsibility for what you ingest – make sure that no prohibited substance enters your body and that no prohibited methods are used
• Informing medical personnel of your obligations as an athlete
• Cooperating with the International Floorball Federation and other ADOs (WADA, ITA)
• Being available for sample collection
• Not working with coaches, trainers, physicians or other Athlete Support Personnel who are ineligible on account of an ADRV, or those who have been criminally convicted or disciplined in relation to doping (see WADA’s Prohibited Association List)
Further details of these roles and responsibilities can be found in Code Article 21.1.
Athletes also have specific rights and responsibilities during the Doping Control Process.

 

Rights and Responsibilities of Athlete Support Personnel and other groups

Like athletes, Athlete Support Personnel and others under the jurisdiction of the International Floorball Federation also have rights and responsibilities as per the Code. These include:
• Being knowledgeable of anti-doping policies and rules which are applicable to you and to the athlete(s) you support
• Using your influence on athlete values and behaviours to foster anti-doping attitudes
• Complying with all anti-doping policies and rules which are applicable to you and the athlete(s) you support
• Cooperating with the athlete testing program
• Disclosing to the International Floorball Federation whether you have committed any Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) within the previous ten years
• Cooperating with ADOs investigating ADRVs
Further details of these roles and responsibilities can be found in Code Article 21.2 and 21.3.

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