ASADA information you NEED to know for the Aus Youth Champs

by Aus Youth Champs

All competitors of the Australian Youth Championships (10 to 14 January) and current scholarship holders in the State Institute programs shall complete the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Level One Anti- Doping online course at the time of entry into the regatta.

This course allows participants to learn about the key areas of anti-doping such as prohibited substances and methods, therapeutic use exemptions, doping control and whereabouts. Participants will build personal awareness of their anti-doping obligations as athletes or support personnel. For more information on ASADA visit:

If you have not used this program before you will need to create a new account (directions are provided on the site). 

Competitors that complete this course after 1 December 2016 will be expected to show the completion certificate at registration. Those that have completed it for previous Australian Youth Championships are not required to complete it again. Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority

Online test required to complete (Level 1 only): CLICK HERE 


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