An agreement between USADA and the ITA will help ensure that all athletes receive a safe, effective, and fair anti-doping program that helps maintain a level playing field.
Lauren Goss, of Boulder, Colo., an athlete in the sport of triathlon, has accepted a six-month suspension for an anti-doping rule violation.
Nicole Maynard, of Portland, Ore., an athlete in the sport of weightlifting, has received a four-year sanction after testing positive for multiple prohibited substances.
USADA has withdrawn its charge that U.S. track and field athlete Christian Coleman committed a violation of the Whereabouts rules after receiving guidance from the World Anti-Doping Agency.
Michael Bond, of Cotati, Calif., an athlete in the sport of powerlifting, has tested positive for multiple prohibited substances and accepted a four-year sanction for his anti-doping rule violation.
Joane Orbon, of San Jose, Calif., an athlete in the sport of karate, has accepted a nine-month sanction after testing positive for a prohibited substance from a contaminated supplement.
TrueSport Teams Up with USA Football to Deliver Expert-Driven Content to America’s Youth Football Family
TrueSport has partnered with USA Football to deliver premier character development and athlete health content to football families nationwide.
TrueSport Adds Five National Governing Bodies of Sport as Partners to Expand Values-Based Education Initiative
TrueSport has announced partnerships with five additional NGBs to promote clean and healthy competition, sportsmanship, and character building and life skills.
Anti-Doping Leaders are encouraged by Minister Witold Bańka’s commitment to clean sport and strengthening the voice of athletes as well as his recognition of the important role of NADOs in the fight to protect athlete’s right to fair play.
TrueSport has partnered with Disabled Sports USA to provide the youth sports community with expert-driven content focused on diversity and inclusion in sport.
The Professional Squash Association and the World Squash Federation co-hosted four face-to-face presentations by USADA during the PSA World Championships.
Take time to learn about the 2019 Prohibited List & become familiar with changes that might impact the substances & methods you can use as a competitive athlete.
Athletes who have a prescription for a compounded medication or a compounded supplement should be aware that compounding pharmacies are risky. Compounded products are more likely to be contaminated because they are mixed by hand and there is limited regulatory oversight.
USADA would like to remind all athletes that the 2018 WADA Prohibited List went into effect on January 1, 2018. The 2018 WADA Prohibited List does include changes from the previous year, so we strongly encourage athletes and their support personnel to review the updated 2018 WADA Prohibited List and use the resources below to better understand the changes.
Ostarine is the trademarked name for a Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (SARM) that is not approved for human use or consumption in the U.S., or in any other country. Ostarine is also prohibited at all times under the S1. Anabolic Agent category of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List.
Despite the challenges of removing illegal products from the market, regulators do occasionally catch up with the people who own and run fraudulent supplement businesses.
TrueSport is excited to announce the release of a new resource to help parents and athletes make healthy choices when it comes to nutrition and dietary supplements.
By supporting legislation and initiatives to protect athletes and consumers, USADA has demonstrated its commitment to educate athletes & consumers about supplement risks.
When it comes to supplements, there is a spectrum of risk for a positive anti-doping test or adverse health event. There are numerous red flags to look out for as an athlete or consumer considering the use of supplements.
While athletes should consult health professionals about the use of supplements, it’s equally important for athletes and their support personnel to understand that supplements and medications are very different in terms of regulation and safety.
USADA announced today that William Licon, of Austin, Texas, an athlete in the sport of swimming, has accepted a public warning for his anti-doping rule violation.
“We congratulate Minister Witold Bańka for being selected as the next WADA President…
USADA thanks all of those who partnered on the reintroduction of the Rodchenkov Anti-Doping Act in the Senate and the House today.
NADO Leaders acknowledge the January 22, 2019 release from WADA outlining an ongoing acceptance of RUSADA compliance.
Statement from USADA CEO Travis T. Tygart on WADA Executive Committee Decision to Maintain RUSADA Compliance
Statement from USADA CEO Travis T. Tygart on WADA Executive Committee decision to maintain RUSADA compliance.
Statement from Travis T. Tygart on WADA Inspection of Moscow Laboratory
NADO Leaders acknowledge the January 1, 2019 Release from WADA outlining the current status of the management of anti-doping compliance matters in Russia.
TrueSport Teams Up with Seven Additional National Governing Body Partners to Provide Expert-Driven Content to Youth Sport Communities
TrueSport has announced partnerships with seven additional National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of Sport, joining 16 NGB partners.
At the inaugural American Development Model and Youth Sport Symposium, coaches from around the country joined TrueSport to learn why and how to incorporate values-based education in youth sports.
TrueSport and A’s & Aces Unite for 4th Annual Event Featuring U.S. Track & Field Olympian Kara Winger
United by a shared goal to help young athletes be successful on and off the court, TrueSport® and A’s & Aces are collaborating to host the fourth annual event for student-athletes in the A’s & Aces program at Dillard University.
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