Submit & Update Your Whereabouts Now
When you are notified by USADA that you are included in the UFC Registered Testing Pool (RTP), you will submit and update your Whereabouts via the digital options below.
How does an athlete know if they must submit Whereabouts information?
UFC athletes will be notified by USADA if they are required to submit Whereabouts information. As outlined in the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, UFC athletes who have been identified and notified that they are part of the UFC Registered Testing Pool (UFC RTP) are responsible for directly keeping USADA informed of their Whereabouts. UFC athletes who have not been notified of their responsibility to submit Whereabouts information may still be tested out-of-competition by USADA.
When must Whereabouts Information be submitted to USADA?
Athletes in the UFC RTP must submit their Whereabouts filings in the form of calendars, filled out online, detailing their regularly scheduled activities. Whereabouts filings are due the last day of each quarter in preparation for the next. As a result, there are four deadlines for Whereabouts filings:
Additionally, athletes must promptly update their Whereabouts filing information immediately upon learning that any information in a previously provided Whereabouts filing is incomplete, inaccurate or has changed.
How does an athlete provide Whereabouts updates to USADA?
Athletes can submit Whereabouts changes to USADA via the digital options at the top of this page.
Click the buttons below for USADA Updater App Video tutorials.
Timely and accurate athlete Whereabouts information is a vital component of a robust and effective anti-doping program. It is critically important that athletes submit their quarterly Whereabouts filing by each deadline, update their Whereabouts information when quarterly plans change, and make sure that they are available at the locations and times specified on their Whereabouts filing or updates.
An athlete could receive a Whereabouts Failure in any of four ways:
Any combination of three Whereabouts Failures within a rolling 12-month period = Anti-Doping Policy Violation.