The International Hockey Federation (FIH) supports the fight against doping in sport in all its forms. The FIH is therefore a signatory to the World Anti-Doping Code.
The FIH is proud that hockey is free from the use of performance enhancing drugs and aims to maintain this situation. The FIH has therefore adopted Anti-Doping Rules which are in full accordance with the World Anti-Doping Code.
This part of the FIH website provides information about the Rules and their related procedures. More general information about anti-doping can be found on the WADA website using the link below.
Above is the list of 2015 FIH events where in-competition testing is required and athletes must have a TUE approved and/or recognised by the FIH
More general information about anti-doping can be found on the WADA website. The FIH has chosen a few links from the WADA website which it thinks are particularly helpful to athletes and coaches. They are listed below:
The FIH wants to give its athletes and officials the highest level of knowledge for training and competition. Below are key resources that can be used from the smallest of pitches to the largest of events.
Practical information for athletes to keep in mind as they prepare and compete:
Practical information for doctors at events to keep in mind as they are on call:
All of the forms and documents you will need before, during and after an event.
Outlines the duties of Medical Officers before, during and after events.
As an example, the PowerPoint presentation used at the 2012 Olympics