Your competitive level, which is subject to change, may help you determine whether you need to file a TUE or if you should fill out a TUE Pre-Check form.
Learn more about regulatory warnings on the dietary supplements featured on the Supplement Connect High Risk List.
What athletes and athlete support personnel need to know about aromatase inhibitors and their stats on the World Anti-Doping Agency Prohibited List.
An explanation of key changes to the 2023 WADA Prohibited List, which identifies substances and methods that are prohibited in sport.
While cannabinoids have become more popular, it’s important for athletes to know that these substances are still prohibited in competition.
While epinephrine is prohibited in-competition, it’s important for athletes subject to anti-doping rules to first prioritize life-saving treatment.
USADA has always placed emphasis on the study of prohibited substances, the development of anti-doping tests, and research that advances anti-doping science.