GAISF is strongly committed to the fight against doping in sport.
As a signatory of the World Anti-Doping Code in its role as Major Even Organizer, GAISF has its own Anti-Doping Rules which apply at the Multi-Sport Games
If you are interested to know more about Anti-Doping and have access to all the relevant documents (Code, International Standards, Guidelines) you can visit the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)
Anti-Doping Program at the GAISF Multi-Sport Games.
Athletes will be required to sign an agreement when they will collect their accreditation.
In accordance with the GAISF Anti-Doping Rules, GAISF will determine the number of tests and target tests to be performed in accordance with the criteria established by the International Standard for Testing and Investigations.
Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)
GAISF is also responsible for the management of the TUE in connection with the Event.
Athletes may have conditions that require them to take particular medications. If this medications contain products that are listed in the Prohibited list, the athlete must apply for a therapeutic use exemption (TUE).
- Athletes who wish to use a Prohibited Substance or a Prohibited Method in connection with a Multi-Sport Games and do not already have a TUE must apply to GAISF using the TUE Form
- Athletes that already have a TUE granted by their National Anti-Doping Organization or International Federation should apply to GAISF for recognition of their TUE.
Please transmit the TUE application or recognition request to this e-mail address: email@example.com
If you need more information about the TUE application process you can visit the specific section of the WADA’s website
At each of its Multi-Sports Games, GAISF shall plan, implement, evaluate and monitor information, education and prevention programs for doping-free sport and shall support active participation by Athletes and Athlete Support Personnel in such programs.
World Urban Games Anti-Doping Education
For the upcoming World Urban Games in Budapest (13-15 September 2019), GAISF will cooperate with the Hungarian Anti-Doping Agency (HUNADO) and stage an outreach program which will take place at the Event venue for the entire duration of the Games (Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
In connection with the Education Program, Athletes and Athletes Support Personnel will have the opportunity to:
- visit the education stand and receive information on various topics (WADA Prohibited List will be available)
- receive a comprehensive presentation on the negative effects of doping, on the risk of consumption of uncontrolled food supplements and other aspects of the danger of doping,
- see a demonstration of the sampling procedure where doping control equipment will also be displayed,
- complete the WADA play true quiz in Hungarian, English and 5 other languages (French, German, Spanish, Russian and Chinese), participants will also be rewarded with symbolic Anti-Doping/HUNADO gifts like balloons, balls, pens, caps, toys etc.