ITA-WDSF specific Webinar for DanceSport (Antidoping)

Anti-Doping Webinars Spring 2023

21 June 2023

The International Testing Agency (ITA) is launching a new series of anti-doping webinars in the spring of 2023. Find all necessary information below. Take part, keep DanceSport clean.

This webinars are for administrators, athletes, coaches, educator, medical personnel, parents/guardians, local organisers, and any other athlete support personnel of the WDSF community, who all play a key part in keeping sport clean.

As athletes or any support personnel, make sure to sign up for this webinar to learn more and understand how anti-doping works.

WDSF and the International Testing Agency (ITA) are inviting everyone to attend the next edition of the ITA webinar series. The topics cover all major fields of anti-doping, as before, from the principles of anti-doping activities through practical info on the doping control process for in and out-of-competition tests. Medications and supplements will be discussed thoroughly along with sanctions and how to protect sports by speaking up.
To register for the sessions, please use the links below.
Zoom links to participating are sent after registration.
The webinar will be delivered in English with simultaneous translation to four additional languages – Arabic (العربي), Spanish (español), French (français) and Russian (русский).
For those attending all 5 sessions a certificate is generated and sent by email.
The schedule of these sessions is below:

1. Introduction to anti-doping 
Overview of the system, rights and responsibilities, ADRVs
6 July 14:00-15:00 CET

2. The Doping Control Process 
Includes testing procedures (urine and blood) and ABP
13 July 14:00-15:00 CET

3. Medications, Supplements, Prohibited List and TUEs
Includes the Principle of Strict Liability
20 July 14:00-15:00 CET

4. Principles and Values of Clean Sport 
Includes sanctions, consequences and speaking up
27 July 14:00-15:00 CET

5. Out-of-Competition Testing 
Includes requirements of RTP/TP, whereabouts, use of ADAMS
3 August 14:00-15:00 CET