One of the key obligations of athletes under the World Anti-Doping Code and the ICF, AOC and the CURRENT AC Anti-Doping Policies is that up-to-date athlete contact information must be provided in the manner prescribed from time to time...
It is also a condition of nomination for selection to any Australian Canoe/Kayak Team, that all persons provide accurate and up-to-date contact information on a regular basis. The ICF also has similar requirements for any athletes participating in International events, including World Cups and World Championships.
Athletes in Australian teams/squads (Junior & Senior) and any other athlete who is on the 'Out of Competition' (OOC) Testing list is required to provide athlete contact information to AC
By providing up to date athlete contact details athletes are helping ensure an effective anti-doping program and a more level playing field for all.
There are two ways you can advise AC and ASADA of your contact information.
A Whereabouts Form must be completed on a quarterly basis and returned to AC as follows:
Flatwater & Slalom athletes
Lauren Fitzsimons, AIS Canoeing,
Marathon, Canoe Polo, Freestyle, Wildwater athletes
Michael Pfeffer, Australian Canoeing
These forms should be completed on a quarterly basis and submitted by the 20th of September, December, March, June each year. Please note that if you have not already submitted your whereabouts form for the October to December 2006 quarter please do so as a matter of urgency. The January to March quarter 2007 will then be due on December 20.
Download Whereabouts form:
2. On line notification
You can notify AC and ASADA of your contact information through the AC website www.canoe.org.au. Once you are set up this is a simple way to stay on top of your responsibility to notify AC and ASADA of your movements for training and competition: Here is how you do it:
Whichever way you choose to provide this information, be sure to do it!
If you have moved or changed phones or email addresses also make sure that your personal contact details are up to date!
Finally, please be aware of all of your responsibilities as an athlete under anti doping policies to the various sporting organizations, in addition to AC, that you may represent or be dependent upon from time. In particular, the Australian Sports Commission, the AIS, State Institutes or Academies of Sport, the Australian Olympic Committee, the ICF, WADA and ASADA.
Australian Canoeing anti doping information can be found on the AC website under the high performance menu:
Or go to: /druginsport
For further anti-doping information go to www.asada.gov.au or contact ASADA at:
71 Leichhardt St Kingston ACT 2604
Curtin ACT 2605
Phone (general enquiries)
+61 (0)2 6206 0200
+61 (0)2 6206 0201
Hotline (drug specific enquiries)
1800 020 506
To check the status of substances over the phone call the Drugs in Sport Hotline on 1800 020 506 between 9am - 5pm (EST) Monday to Friday
The ASADA Drugs in Sport Hotline is a confidential, free call service for athletes and their support staff that offers information on the status of Australian pharmaceutical medications and substances in sport.
A unique reference number is provided to each call as a record of the inquiry. Athletes in doubt about the status of a substance or medication should check the Hotline.
Click Here - ASADA Athlete Contact Information Form
Australian anti-doping organisations
Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority (ASADA)
Australian Sports drug Medical Advisory Committee (ASDMAC)
Australian Government references
Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts
Federal Budget 2005-06
Australian Commonwealth Games Association
Australian Institute of Sport
Australian Olympic Committee
Australian Paralympic Committee
Australian Sports Commission
Directory of National Sporting Organisations
Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority Act 1990
Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority Regulations Amendment 38 Schedules 1-5 http://www.austlii.edu.au/do/disp.pl/au/legis/cth/num_reg/asdar512/s38.html?query=~ASDA
Association of National Anti-Doping Organisations
National Measurement Institute
World Anti Doping Agency
International Olympic Committee
International Canoe Federation
Australian Sports Drug Medical Advisory Committee
Drugs in Sport News
Various sporting websites
Australia & New Zealand Sports Law Association (ANZSLA)
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