This page contains a full list of all USADA and related publications, policies and procedures.
USADA is pleased to share its Annual Report for 2012 including independent financial audit report and highlights of the year’s activities. (The 2013 USADA Annual Report will be available mid-2014.)
2014 Athlete Handbook
2013 Spanish Athlete Handbook
(2014 will be available later this year): Spanish version of our comprehensive resource providing an overview of the doping control process, athlete rights and responsibilities, and other crucial information.
(hard copy available)
2013 Athlete Handbook – Large Print
(2014 available soon) A comprehensive resource providing an overview of the doping control process, athlete rights and responsibilities, and other crucial information. (hard copy available)
A detailed resource providing an overview of the doping control process, answers to frequently asked questions asked by athletes, and ways you can help elite-level athletes stay compliant with their anti-doping responsibilities. (Hard copy available)
USADA Protocol for Olympic and Paralympic Movement Testing
Comprehensive document outlining the protocol and policies for our anti-doping programs and implementation in the Olympic, Paralympic, Pan American and Parapan American movements. (hard copy available)
World Anti-Doping Code
The Code is the core document that provides the framework for harmonized anti-doping policies, rules and regulations within sport organizations and among public authorities. It works in conjunction with five International Standards aimed at bringing harmonization among anti-doping organizations.
WADA International Standard for Testing
The comprehensive WADA International standard to plan for effective testing and to maintain the integrity and identity of samples, from notifying the athlete to transporting samples for analysis.
USADA Whereabouts Policy
60-Minute Time Slot Clarification
USADA Registered Testing Pool (RTP) athletes who are included in the USADA International Testing Pool (ITP) will be required to provide a 60-minute time slot as part of their whereabouts requirements.
WADA International Standard for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information (ISPPPI)
The document ensures that all relevant parties involved in anti-doping in sport adhere to a set of minimum privacy protections when collecting and using athlete personal information, such as information relating to whereabouts, doping controls, and Therapeutic Use Exemptions.