Athlete Whereabouts

The athlete whereabouts programme is a system that enables athletes to be easily found and tested without any advance notice.
It’s used by all anti-doping organisations and these “surprise” tests help to detect and deter drug use.  Athlete whereabouts plays a key role in protecting clean athletes and the integrity of sport.  
The athlete whereabouts system requires certain athletes to log regular information about their whereabouts so that they can be tested.
Athletes need to provide details such as:
- a primary residential address;
- an addresses for training, work and any other regular activities (including time-frames for any such activities)
- competition schedule, including dates, locations and accommodation details
- travel information (including destination and dates of travel)
- any temporary or alternative addresses (e.g. when on holiday, your partner’s address or your parent’s address)

At a Glance Athletes Whereabouts Anti-Doping Education and Learning (

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