IFA Anti-Doping regulation
Regarding to the World Anti-Doping Code (valid from 1.1.2015) the IFA Executive Board adopted the “IFA Anti-Doping Rules based on Wada’s Models of Best Practice for IFA Anti Doping Rules WADA_ valid from 1 January 2015
IFA Test Distribution Plan (TDP)
IFA is doing Out-of-Competition testing (OOCT) as urine test and blood test as well as In-Competition testing (ICT). The main target events for 2015 are:
IFA Women’s European Championship 21 – 23 August Bolzano (ITA)
14th IFA Men’s World Championship 14 – 22 November Cordoba (ARG)
IFA Testing Pool
Regarding to the IFA Anti-Doping regulation Article 5.6.6. IFA establishes IFA Anti-Doping Testing Pool 2015 (TP) of 9 athletes based on the team results of the prior IFA World Championships plus a team member of the IFA World Championship hosting country federation.
Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE)
Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) – IFA Anti-Doping TUE Application Form
World Anti-Doping Code
The World Anti-Doping Code can be found here.
WADA International Standards
The WADA International Standards can be found here.
These include the following Standards: Prohibited List, Testing, Therapeutic Use Exemptions, Laboratories, Protection of Privacy and Personal information.