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For the year 2022, events are foreseen in different social, economic and political contexts across regions. Until today, out education activities consisted mainly of “information provision” about the concept of anti-doping, the doping control process, therapeutic use exemption and prohibited list through power point presentations addressed to athletes and athlete support personnel during in-competition seasons, as a compliance to requirements from international competitions and federations. The current pandemic also has severely impacted the possibility of in-person interactions and activities for anti-doping, which make reaching out to technologically challenged areas and teams difficult.


Due to the restrictions of COVID 19 government policies, virtual and online means would be the most practical, convenient, and efficient choice of program implementation. Maximizing existing

platforms such as AdEL, Google suite, teleconferencing applications and social media would be the most cost-efficient choice of implementation of activities and programs. Teaching and interaction to teams would also require knowledge and competency in accessing and utilizing technology during activities. With the ever-changing concerns of COVID, the methods for anti-doping education must expand to new horizons to cater to different levels of understanding and accessibility. Exploration of current COVID situation involves baseline factors to consider. There is a need to identify gaps and problems brought by the pandemic to help forecast a better future state of sport and environment. This will guide the strategies for programs and desired outcomes for antidoping education over the next 1-5 years.


In total, 13 anti-doping educationactivities were conducted for 2022:

  • 6 team-based workshops: 4 teams on the RTP list were given one-on-one sessions for a more personalized, strategic interaction with the anti-doping team.

  • 1 major conference for the year was conducted for authority stakeholders as well as athletes. The PNADC gathered sport leaders, athletes and support personnel who convened on important matters related to the 2021 Code and compliance measures.

  • 4 major event-based activities were given 1 month prior to the games to ensure proper requirements were completed and complied with prior to competing.

  • 1 youth games outreach program

  • 1 academic partnership program


A total of 1,533 participants were recorded in all activities with the following breakdown per role:

  • 404 Athletes

  • 643 Athlete support personnel

A more detailed view of the report can be found in this link here

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