Anti-Doping

Play True Day was celebrated on April 10

World Anti-Doping Agency, WADA, celebrated along with athletes, National and Regional Anti-Doping Organizations, Sporting Federations, Major Event Organizers and others around the world on April 10.
 
‘Play True Day’ was dedicated to clean sport and was intended to raise awareness among athletes, the sporting public and others about the global fight against doping. On this day, WADA was asking athletes why they ‘Play True’?

The inspiration for this initiative stems from a WADA-hosted Education Conference in 2013, which was attended by 17 South American countries that were the driving force behind April 10 being declared ‘Play True Day’. While it started as a South American initiative, over the years, this grassroots movement has gained momentum with numerous European countries celebrating in 2016 and more joining the campaign from around the globe in the following year.
 
This is an example of what a grassroots movement can achieve. The organizers saw an opportunity to educate, to promote clean sport and to celebrate the many reasons to play true – and they seized it. Together, we can leverage this momentum to create a world where the clean athlete prevails, a world where athletes choose to stay clean out of self-respect, fairness to their fellow competitors, and for the pure joy that sport brings.

In a spirit of solidarity among the anti-doping community, Federation of International Bandy, FIB, joined WADA and others by celebrating the day and payed attention to Play True Day on our website and on Facebook. 

Several Anti-Doping Organizations, National and International Sport Federations, and educational institutions organized events on #PlayTrueDay dedicated to clean sport and/or including relevant content in their existing events before, during and after April 10.

During the World Cup in Bandy in Sandviken in October, FIB will conduct a seminar on efforts on the work with anti-doping in the world of bandy. This is to increase knowledge about the negative consequences of doping and the positive work done in the various bandy associations within the Federation of International Bandy. FIB will return later with information and invitation about the seminar at the World Cup in Sandviken.

Read more on www.playtrueday.com

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Rules and Regulations

WADA“s Prohibited List

- Includes all substances and methods prohibited in sports
- More information about Prohibited List on WADA“s web page

WADA“s International Standards

- International Standard for Prohibited List
- International Standard for Testing (including Testing Pools and Whereabouts)
- International Standard for Laboratories
- International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (including TUE Regulations)
- International Standard for Protection of Privacy and Personal Information

World Anti-Doping Code

- The core document that provides the framework for harmonized anti-doping policies, rules and regulations within sport organizations and among public authorities

FIB Medical Committee

The FIB Medical Committee is responsible for granting Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) for athletes in the FIB Registered Testing Pool 1 or athletes taking part in the FIB Events (World Championship, World Cup, Champions Cup, World Cup Women, U21 WCS).

The FIB Medical Committee 2010-2012 consists of a chair, vice chair and three members.

The tasks of the FIB Medical Committee members shortly described:
1.Act as the FIB TUE Committee, responsible for granting TUEs
2.Function as experts as the FIB is drawing up its Test Distribution Plan
3.Function as experts in questions related to Doping Control and Results Management
4.Function as experts for the athletes participating in the FIB events concerning medication and the Prohibited List
5.Function as experts concerning the Anti-doping information provided by the FIB to the Member Associations and on the FIB web
6.Participate in the Medical Committee meetings and decide upon the FIB“s Anti-doping activities
7.Distribute valid investigations concerning athletes health and sport injuries

Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)

TUE Application Form

WADA TUE

TUE Process

Questions and answers about Anti-doping

Q & A on Athletes and Medications
Useful information for all athletes concerning different types of medication
– English

Q & A on Whereabouts

Q & A on Adams (Anti-Doping Administration & Management System)

Anti-Doping Rules for Federation of International Bandy

Instructions for players using asthma medication

All inhaled glucocorticosteroids are permitted. Salbutamol and salmeterol are permitted in competition and out of competition in dosages considered to be appropriate for the treatment of asthma (see below). Terbutaline and formoterol (formoterol permitted from January 1st 2012) require a full TUE (with medical evidence).

Permitted Asthma medication (all medications to be mentioned on the doping control form)

The use of salbutamol, provided the level in the urine is less than 1000 ng/ml (dosage guideline max. 1600 µg/24 h), and salmeterol by inhalation does not require a TUE. These substances when used in other ways, for example orally (tablets), are still prohibited and require TUE’s.

Inhaled Asthma medications that include salbutamol are: Airomir, Atrodual, Buventol, Ipramol, Salipra, Ventilastin and Ventoline. Inhaled Asthma medications that include salmeterol are: Seretide and Serevent.

Inhaled glucocorticosteroids do not require a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)-

Asthma medication requiring a TUE

Beta-2 agonists e.g.  terbutaline and formoterol (formoterol permitted from January 1st 2012) are prohibited and require a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE). The request for a TUE should include a complete medical file with a clear explanation of why an alternate medication is being prescribed.

Summary of requirements for the medical file in case of asthma (attach to TUE application):
1.A complete medical history
2.A comprehensive report of the clinical examinations with specific focus on the respiratory system
3.A report of spirometry with the measure of the Forced Expiratory Volume in 1 second (FEV1)
4.If airway obstruction is present, the spirometry will be repeated after inhalation of a short acting Beta-2 agonist to demonstrate the reversibility of bronchocontriction
5.In the absence of reversible airway obstruction, a bronchial provocation test is required to establish the presence of airway-hyper responsiveness

Examples of Beta-2 agonists including terbutaline or formoterol:  Bricanyl, Fomeda, Foradil, Formaxa Oxis, Symbicort and Terbasmin.

Doping Control

Doping Control Leaflet (WADA)
> Provides a step-by-step description of the doping control process in order to inform the athletes about their rights and responsibilities during testing
- English

Athlete Guide (WADA)
> Provides an overview of the Code, and includes athlete rights and responsibilities relating to the doping control process.
- English

Doping Control Video (WADA)
> Doping Control video on YouTube, a simplified video about the doping test process from the beginning to the end (approximately 5 minutes)
- English, The Doping Control
- Russian subtitles, The Doping Control

The Anti-Doping e-Learning platform (ADeL)
> Offers access to all topics related to clean sport and anti-doping. It offers courses for athletes, coaches, doctors, administrators and anyone interested in learning more about anti-doping and protecting the values of clean sport.
- The Anti-Doping e-Learning platform

FIB Doping Test Statistics

2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018



World Championship - Men
12 12 12



World Championship - Women 12 No WC 12



World Cup - Men 12 12 12



World Cup - Women 0 0 0



Total in competition 24 24 36



Total out of competition 8 21 13



Who wants to play true?
A fun way for coaches to test their knowledge of anti-doping issues for coaches of elite-level athletes. 
Coach True - a computer based anti-doping learning tool
In order to cater to the various learning styles and demanding schedules of coaches, WADA has created a award winning Coach True anti-doping tool!

The following features are included in the elite-level module of CoachTrue:
Pre-Test:
Allows coaches to identify current knowledge base

Tutorials:
A series of presentations with voice-overs that provide essential information on the following topics:
1. Health and consequences of doping
2. Accountability
3. Results management
4. Therapeutic use exemptions
5. Whereabouts
6. Decision making

Scenario-Based Activities:
Practical application of acquired knowledge to possible real-life scenarios.

Post-Test & Certification:
Once coaches have completed all required elements, including a final assessment of learning
(post-test), they are awarded a certificate of completion.

Click on the image to access the CoachTrue platform:





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