Along with information and education, testing is one of the most important tools to keep athletes clean. ICSF manages an international testing program in accordance with the World Anti-Doping Code (WADC).
The doping control process
Doping control (also known as testing or sample collection) follows rigorous rules established by World Antidoping Agency (WADA), which supports the principals of human rights and proportionality.
This short video provides you with basic information, step by step through the doping control.
Who can be tested?
As an International Federation, ICSF’s primary focus for testing are todays and tomorrows top-level athletes. However, any athlete who participate in activities organized, convened, or authorized by ICSF – or any National Federation or affiliate organization (clubs etc) – may be tested.
With reference to ICSF’s Anti-Doping Rules, the following athletes are defined as International-Level-Athletes:
- Athletes who are part of the ICSF’s Registered Testing Pool or ICSF’s Testing Pool or any Other Pool if established by ICSF.
- Athletes who compete or competed in any of the following competitions:
– World Championship 2019
– World Championship 2021
Registered testing figures* by ICSF according to WADA statistics:
* Refers to urine samples
Additional samples have been collected by NADO’s and RADO’s.
In accordance with the ICSF Anti-Doping Rules, and in line with World Anti-Doping Code, any athlete or other person who have committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (ADRV) will be publicly disclosed by publishing on this website.
Presently there are no current sanctions.