Rules and Procedures

The FAI Anti-Doping Rules  are designed to implement FAI's responsibilities under the World Anti-Doping Code. They reflect FAI's determination to ensure that there is no doping in air sports. Athletes accept these rules as a condition of participation in air sports.

Anti-Doping programmes seek to preserve what is intrinsically valuable about sport. This intrinsic value is sometimes referred to as "the spirit of sport". This spirit of sport is characterised by such positive elements as:

  • Ethics, fair play and honesty
  • Respect for rules and laws
  • Respect for self and other participants
  • Teamwork
  • Dedication and commitment
  • Courage
  • Community and solidarity
  • Health
  • Excellence in performance
  • Character and education
  • Excitement and pleasure

Doping is fundamentally contrary to the spirit of sport.

Therapeutic Use Exemptions

Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)

Educational Material

FAQ Competitors

FAQ Organizers

Anti-Doping at a glance

TUE at a glance

Whereabaouts at a glance

Doping Control Process at a glance

Dangers of Doping

Newsletters

FAI Anti-Doping News - March 2013

FAI Anti-Doping News - December 2012

FAI Anti-Doping News - October 2012

FAI Anti-Doping News - August 2012

Fai Anti-Doping News - July 2012

FAI Anti-Doping News - May 2012

FAI Anti-Doping News - March 2012

FAI Anti-Doping News - February 2012

More

FAI Anti-Doping Rules

Anti-Doping Plan presentation at the NAC Presidents' Meeting - 12 May 2012

Anti-Doping and ME

FAI Anti-Doping Advisory Group - Terms of Reference

FAI Doping Review Panel - Terms of Reference