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    Anti-doping documents and forms

    IPC Anti-doping Code and Position statements

    IPC Anti-Doping Code (effective 1 April 2018)

    IPC Position Statement on the Use of Catheters (updated 29 November 2017)

    Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs)

    Occasionally athletes have to take medication that is on the Prohibited List. Before doing so they must apply for, and have granted by an Anti-doping Organisation, a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) which may give them authorisation to take the needed medicine.

    Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE)


    The documents below give athletes all the information they need to know about the Whereabouts system.

    Delegation of Responsibility to a Third Party

    Athlete's Retirement Form

    Athlete's Information Notice

    2018 Athlete Whereabouts Form - Q3

    Previous IPC Anti-Doping Codes

    IPC Anti-Doping Code 2004

    IPC Anti-Doping Code 2006

    IPC Anti-Doping Code 2009

    IPC Anti-Doping Code 2010

    IPC Anti-Doping Code 2011

    IPC Anti-Doping Code January 2015

    IPC Anti-Doping Code November 2015

    Appendix to IPC Anti-Doping Code Article 10.11 - Rules on the imposition of financial sanction for Anti-Doping Rule Violations

    Worldwide Paralympic Partners
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    International Partners
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    Go to BP partner page
    Go to Citi partner page