FIB expects all athletes to support doping-free bandy and to be aware of these responsibilities and comply with them:
- To be knowledgeable of and comply with all applicable anti-doping rules.
- To be available for doping control at all times.
- To take responsibility, in the context of antidoping, for what they ingest and use, and be aware of the risks with poorly controlled food supplements.
- To inform medical personnel of their obligation not to use Prohibited Substances and Methods and to take responsibility to make sure that any medical treatment received does not violate anti-doping rules.
- To disclose to their National Anti-Doping Organization and International Federation any decision by a non-signatory finding that the athlete committed an anti-doping rule violation within the previous ten (10) years.
- To cooperate with Anti-Doping Organizations investigating anti-doping rule violations.
- To disclose the identity of their Athlete Support Personnel upon request by any Anti-Doping Organization with authority over the Athlete.
Athlete support by FIB
To facilitate athletes understanding of and complying with the rules, the following tips and tools are offered:
- Test this quiz and your own knowledge of the current anti-doping rules.
- Learn more by using available information and education channels.
- Be aware of where to find more detailed anti-doping rules information when you need it.
- Help FIB to keep bandy clean by reporting suspected doping violations.
- Be prepared for unannounced doping controls and welcome them as an opportunity to show that you play clean.
- Ask for and welcome anti-doping activities (information, education and doping controls) and support the anti-doping program.
- Be familiar with FIB’s website, which contains a lot of information produced to assist you