The Canadian Anti-Doping Program
Cross Country Canada has adopted the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP). As part of Cross Country Canada, all members of Cross Country BC are subject to Canada’s anti-doping rules, which are administered by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). The CADP consists of several components such as in- and out-of-competition testing, education, medical exemptions, and the consequences of doping violations, and is compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code and all international standards.
By adopting the CADP, Cross Country Canada has joined a world-class anti-doping program that is designed to protect athletes’ rights and ensure a level playing field. Cross Country Canada’s anti-doping policy reflects and supports the CADP. See more: http://www.cccski.com/getmedia/7cae9edd-08e0-4781-af19-89cae4af494e/110Anti-DopingPolicy-July2013.pdf.aspx
The CCES recommends that athletes take the following actions to ensure they don’t commit an inadvertent anti-doping rule violation:
Check the Global DRO (www.globaldro.com) to determine if any prescription or over-the-counter medications or treatments that are banned by the WADA Prohibited List.
Review Medical Exemptions requirements (www.cces.ca/medical) if you require the use of a banned medication for a legitimate medical reason.
Do not use supplements, or to take precautions prior to doing so. Supplement products cannot be verified by the CCES or in the Global DRO. A lack of industry and government regulation makes it impossible to confirm their ingredients. Read more: www.cces.ca/supplements
Review the steps of the doping control sample collection procedures: http://www.cces.ca/en/samplecollection
For additional resources and more about anti-doping, please contact the CCES