The fight against doping remains an important focus for FIS, through a zero-tolerance policy on doping and cheating in sport. The FIS Anti-Doping Programme continues to focus on unannounced out-of-competition testing, collecting athlete biological passport (ABP) tests from athletes in the registered testing pool.
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Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)
As an International-Level athlete (=included in FIS RTP and/or competing at the FIS World Cup or World Championships level) you have in principle to obtain your TUE approval from FIS. If you are included in the FIS RTP and do have a valid TUE approval from the national level, please re-submit the documentation to FIS to recognise.
TUE approvals issued by NADOs for International-Level Athletes who are not included in the FIS RTP, are automatically recognised. Please make sure that the TUE approval is either saved by your NADO in ADAMS or submitted to FIS Anti-Doping by other means.
FIS has established an integrity partnership with Global Sports Investigations. Breaches of governance and ethical matters as provided for in the FIS Code of Ethics, Anti-Corruption and Betting Rules, FIS Safe Snow Policy and the FIS Anti-Doping Rules can be reported to the external Whistleblower Hotline. Confidentiality is guarantueed by Global Sports Investigations.
Whistleblower Hotline: +44 (0) 207 034 3403
Whistleblower Email: email@example.com