ASADA is a government statutory authority that is Australia’s driving force for pure performance in sport, whose mission is to protect Australia’s sporting integrity through the elimination of doping, and is the organisation with prime responsibility for implementation of the World Anti-Doping Code (the Code) in Australia.
The use of performance-enhancing and recreational drugs and doping practices is contrary to the ethics of sport and potentially harmful to the health of riders and poses increased safety risks.
MA aims to stop doping practices in sport by:
- imposing effective sanctions on persons who commit anti-doping violations;
- educating and informing persons about drugs in sport issues;
- and supporting the drug testing programs and education initiatives of the Australian Sports Drug Agency and other anti-doping organisations.
MA Anti-Doping Policy
MA – Drug and Alcohol Testing
Approved Testing Providers
MA has approved the following providers to conduct Alcohol Testing:
Worksafe SA Pty. Ltd
Bob and Jayn Gelston
Contact details can be obtained by contacting Motorcycling South Australia.
MA has approved the following providers to conduct Saliva Drug and Alcohol Testing:
Corporate Protection Australia Group
Contact details can be obtained by contacting your State Controlling Body.
Therapeutic Use Exemption
Download the Therapeutic use exemption of a prohibited substance/and or Prohibited Method form from the ASDMAC website
Reduce your risk of testing positive by downloading the ASADA Clean Sport App
- Find a low-risk supplement which has been batch tested for banned substances
- Check if a medication is banned in sport
- Report doping or suspicious activity
- Give feedback on a testing mission
Download the ASADA Clean Sport App pdf here
Keep Your Children Safe In Sport Program
Developed by ASADA, the Keeping Your Children Safe In Sport program assists parents with the important role they play in helping their children understand the true spirit of sport.
The scheme also helps parents to help their children protect themselves in their sporting careers from performance-enhancing drugs and drug use.
More information can be found here.
FIM Licensing Requirements: Anti-Doping Education
From 1 November 2019, all competitors who wish to apply for an FIM license will be required to complete the On-Line Anti-Doping Education Program (ALPHA). A certificate of completion will be required to be submitted with all FIM license applications.
To complete the course, please visit adel.wada-ama.org.