I am an athlete who has a right to participate in clean sport. I will uphold this right by competing in the spirit of sport,
respecting my competitors, my sport and all those involved in my sporting endeavours.


There is more to being an athlete than training, exercise, valour and victory. An athlete must also be responsible and informed. The Caribbean RADO aims to share with all athletes valuable information to assist them in being better prepared for the international arena of sport and to aid them in being more knowledgeable on issues such as the Doping Control Process (Drug Testing), Whereabouts Information, the Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS), Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs), the World Anti-Doping Code (Code), and the Prohibited List.


To be aware of and comply with all anti-doping policies and rules adopted pursuant to the World Anti-Doping Code (Code).

To be available for sample collection.

To be responsible in for what they ingest and use to avoid violation of anti-doping policies and rules pursuant to the Code.

Inform medical personnel of their obligations not to use prohibited substances and methods when receiving medical treatment to avoid violation of anti-doping policies and rules pursuant to the Code.

Cooperate with Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organization (CAribbean RADO), their National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO), International Federation (IF) and other recognized Code-compliant international anti-doping programmes.

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