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Anti-doping

Cycling Ireland has a strict policy on anti-doping, and believe that taking prohibited substances to enhance a rider's performance is contrary to the spirit of sport. It is up to every rider to ensure that cycling as a sport is a clean sport. Every member of Cycling Ireland, in particular those who compete, must become familiar with Sport Ireland and WADA policies on anti-doping. 

Click here for details on the Prohibited List


For the most up to date and relevant Anti-Doping Information refer to Sports Ireland's links: 


  


  


E-Learning Anti-Doping Education

E-learning Anti-Doping education programme is an interactive e-learning education programme about Anti-Doping, brought to you by Sport Ireland. It gives athletes and their support personnel an understanding of key topics such as doping control procedures, the World Anti-Doping Agency prohibited list, whereabouts systems, therapeutic use exemptions and the consequences of doping. When you have completed all modules, you can print a Certificate of Completion.

The online programme can be taken here

More information can also be found in Sport Northern Ireland's 'Pure Winner' campaign. 





If you live in the Republic of Ireland check your medications in the below image link: 



If you live in Northern Ireland check your medications in the below image link: 



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