Here’s what athletes need to know about hemp products and the risk of testing positive from those products.
Learn the roles and responsibilities that health professionals have when it comes to clean sport and anti-doping responsibilities.
Learn more about regulatory warnings on the dietary supplements featured on the Supplement Connect High Risk List.
USADA Expands Whistleblower Options Utilizing RealResponse State-Of-The-Art, Secure Text-to-Report Technology
USADA’s Play Clean Tip Center will now provide a real-time texting option to report suspected doping behavior.
Foods are much less likely to cause a positive drug test than supplements due to the nature of food regulations and the food industry.
There are many popular over-the-counter products used for everyday ailments that can cause a positive test if used in-competition. More specifically, many cold and flu medications and inhalers contain stimulants that are prohibited in-competition. Read more to learn how athletes subject to anti-doping rules can safely use cold and flu products.