Knowledge Centre

Every athlete has a responsibility to know and understand the rules, whether they are to do with anti-doping, manipulation of sport competition, integrity code of conduct, or simply the competition rules of the sport. Coaches, officials, event organisers and administrators also need to understand how their roles have an impact in ensuring a level playing field for all athletes worldwide. The AIU has created and curated a wide variety of educational content for you to explore, learn and share with peers. 

Anti-Doping e-Learning Platform (ADeL)

The World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) anti-doping e-learning platform 'ADeL' offers access to all topics related to clean sport and anti-doping. It provides courses for athletes, coaches, doctors, administrators, parents of athletes and anyone interested in learning more about anti-doping and protecting the values of clean sport. You can find out more about the program by clicking the 'ADel' icon below.

WADA’s anti-doping eLearning platform (ADeL)

I Run Clean

I Run Clean is an easy to use, interactive anti-doping education programme developed by European Athletics, a continental association of World Athletics. The programme was developed with input from athletes, sport officials, educationalists and doping control experts to meet the needs of athletes and all those interested in making Athletics a doping free sport. I Run Clean is available in 25 European languages. To find out more click on the link below.

I Run Clean


Managing Whereabouts

Creating good whereabouts habits is an essential part of being a World Athletics Registered Testing Pool (RTP) athlete. Make filling and updating Whereabouts easier by following some simple habits.

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The Athletes’ Integrity Pledge

Read and sign up to the pledge so that together we can make it utterly clear that cheating and dishonesty are not welcome in the sport of athletics.

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Stop! Think!

Five key moments when you need to stop and think about the associated risks of doping.

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