Target Shooting and Anti-Doping
The STSF has adopted the UK Anti-Doping Rules and as
such prohibits the use of banned substances or methods of doping; we are
signatories to the rules and regulations of the UK Anti-Doping Rules.
This means that all member associations and their
competing athlete members are also obliged to abide by the UK
Please note: It is each athlete’s responsibility to
ensure they are complying with the UK Anti-Doping Rules.
Below are a series of links to relevant
World Anti Doping Agency
The WADA website will give an athlete all the
information needed in relation to doping, and includes the World Anti-Doping
Code and the Prohibited List, which is a list of substances that are prohibited
for athletes from using. There is also, amongst other information,
guidance about Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs), which can be obtained if an
athlete needs a Prohibited Substance due to a medical condition.
UK Anti Doping in Sport
This website is aimed at UK athletes. It has
links to the WADA and the Global Drug Reference Online website, along with
education for athletes including the UK Anti-Doping Rules, the UK Anti-Doping
Policy, the process for obtaining a TUE and much more information.
From 1 January 2015 a revised World Anti-Doping Code comes into effect. For further information please see UKAD's Micro-Site:
For information and resources go to the UKAD site and
click on Resources.
Medication Substance Search
Global DRO is a useful online drug reference website
which enables athletes and players to check if everyday medications contain
The website is now optimised for smartphones enabling
athletes to check their medications on the go.
Prohibited List 2013
The Prohibited List is published every year by the
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)
An updated version is published on UK Anti-Doping’s
website every January.
100% me supports athletes and players by providing
guidance on key areas of anti-doping such as testing procedures, prohibited
substances in sport, the importance of checking medications, anti-doping rules
and regulations, along with the overarching values of doping-free sport.
We are also on Facebook: www.facebook.com/100percentme.uk
Report Doping Sport
In June 2010, UK Anti-Doping launched REPORT DOPING IN
SPORT - a 24-hour confidential phone line to support the fight against doping
Hosted by Crimestoppers, the phone line provides a
strictly confidential service to athletes, support personal and concerned
family and friends to securely pass on information to UK Anti-Doping.
DOPING IN SPORT - Make the Call, 0800 032 2332
A confidential form to report information or
suspicions about doping is available via Crimestoppers at:
You can keep up-to-date with UK Anti-Doping news.
Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/ukantidoping