Three Things to Know About TUES

It’s to be expected that athletes may experience medical conditions over the course of their sport careers, which may require that they use a medication or receive medical treatment. If the substance or method prescribed to treat that medical condition is prohibited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), athletes can apply for a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE), and if granted, obtain permission to use a prohibited substance or method for a specified time period.

Doping Control Forms: Why do Athletes Need to Declare All Medications and Supplements?

Whether it’s an in-competition or out-of-competition test, athletes are required to complete a doping control form during every sample collection session. On this form, athletes are required to declare any and all medications or supplements that they’ve ingested or used in the past seven days, and to certify that their declaration is accurate. Some athletes,…

Event Reminders

  In advance of your upcoming event, here are a few friendly reminders from USADA. Good luck in your upcoming bout! Update your whereabouts. Search USADA in your application store for the USADA Updater App, or Log in to http://www.ufc.usada.org or update your whereabouts on the USADA Updater App. Don’t have the USADA Updater App? No…