ASC Anti-Doping Policy

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is proud that, as a leader in the fight against doping in sport, Australia’s anti-doping programs have helped set the standard for the world sporting community.

The ASC supports the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority in the fight against doping in sport and requires ASC-recognised national sporting organisations and national sporting organisations for people with disability to adopt the mandatory provisions of the World Anti-Doping Code and rules that conform with the National Anti-Doping Scheme.

The ASC Anti-Doping Policy operates in conjunction with, where applicable, the ASC’s Code of Conduct, the Australian Institute of Sport Athlete Scholarship Agreement, the National Talent Identification and Development Athlete Agreement, the Australian Government Sport Training Grant Agreement and any other applicable agreement. As such, this Policy is an important part of a comprehensive set of behavioural standards, responsibilities and practices.

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