High Performance

** = SportsAid applications start in October, to be submitted by mid-November to the High Performance Manager, who completes Section 7 and signs the form.


The Drug Policy of the Company shall be the UK Anti-Doping Policy as published by UK Anti-Doping (or its successor), as amended from time to time. Adoption of the UK Anti-Doping Policy was confirmed during a meeting of the Board on 26th January 2015.

The main UK Anti-doping website is UK Anti-doping, which has links to the WADA and Global DRO website, along with education for athletes including the UK Anti-Doping Rules, the UK Anti-Doping Policy, the process for obtaining a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) and much more information.

A copy of the latest UK Anti-doping rules can be downloaded from this page:- UK Anti-doping Rules.

The 2015 UK Anti-Doping Code website: 2015 UK Anti-Doping Code website

Further UK Anti-Doping publications can he found on their Resources web page.

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) website will give an athlete all the information needed in relation to doping, and includes the World Anti-Doping Code and the Prohibited List, which is a list of substances that are prohibited for athletes from using. There is also, amongst other information, guidance about Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs), which can be obtained if an athlete needs a Prohibited Substance due to a medical condition.

British Shooting Anti-Doping Policy document:- British Shooting Anti-Doping Policy 2015 document

The Global DRO website allows athletes to search any sort of medication they may wish to take in order to check if there are any substances contained within the medication that is included in WADA's Prohibited List.

N.B.  Anti-doping section last reviewed on 6th September 2018