TO2015 is committed to delivering a comprehensive anti-doping program during the Games.
The purpose of the TO2015 anti-doping program is to prevent, deter and detect doping through educating athletes, by advocating for a clean sport system and by implementing doping control services before and during the Games. The TORONTO 2015 Games anti-doping strategy enforces fair play and promotes athlete awareness of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) rules and regulations.
Under the authority of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the TO2015 anti-doping program builds on Canada’s solid reputation of prevention and detection in the fight against doping in sport, working jointly with the WADA-accredited INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier laboratory under the direction of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). The CCES offers the latest in anti-doping techniques to protect the rights of clean athletes so that they can compete fairly and showcase their talent on a level playing field.
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Athlete Anti-Doping Essentials
Medical information for Pan Am and Parapan Am athletes
Therapeutic Use Exemption Information
PASO Anti-Doping Rules (PDF 624 KB)
PASO Doping Control Guide (PDF 1 MB)
IPC Doping Control Guide (PDF 971 KB)
IPC Anti-Doping Code (PDF 22 MB)
TUE Application Form (PDF 289 KB)
Doping Control Technical Procedures (PDF 238 KB)
Designated Hospital Guide (PDF 9 MB)
Health Care Guide (PDF 6 MB)
Pharmacy Guide (PDF 3 MB)