Snow Australia Anti-Doping Policy

The Snow Australia anti-doping policy is the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy and can be found on the Sport Integrity Australia website (or downloaded here).

All members, participants and non-participants in the sport of snowsports are bound by these rules. This includes athletes, support personnel and employees whose employment contracts enables this.

It is important that all members understand their obligations under the new policy. Changes include a new anti-doping rule violation of retaliation, a category of athletes that is lower-level and flexibility related to sanctioning for certain levels of athletes/participants.

Further information can be found here 

View the National Anti-Doping Policy Here

Came into effect on 1 January 2021

Sport Integrity Australia

Visit Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) and familiarise yourself with the website and maintain ample knowledge of your responsibilities in ensuring a drug-free competition environment

Snow Australia

Read the Snow Australia Anti-Doping Policy click here

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)

Read the World Anti-Doping Code click here

Review the WADA Prohibited List - click here

Whereabouts Information

Download the SIA Whereabouts Reference Guide Here

For those athletes on the Registered Testing Pool (RTP) and National Testing Pool (NTP) you will be required to provide current whereabouts information. To remain compliant you need to submit your next quarterly update as per the dates below:

Quarter 1 Due - 15 December Period - 1 January - 31 March
Quarter 2 Due - 15 March Period - 1 April - 30 June
Quarter 3 Due - 7 June Period - 1 July - 30 September
Quarter 4 Due - 15 September Period - 1 October - 31 December

SIA eLearning for Athletes and Administrators

All members of Australia’s sporting community can now access a range of anti-doping education programmes and contribute to protecting our national sporting integrity. sia eLearning is an online portal offering quality anti-doping education for all members of the Australian sporting community. It is free and easy to use and can be accessed anywhere at any time. 

You can get started with SIA eLearning by visiting

Sport Integrity App

The Sport Integrity app is a one-stop shop for all sport integrity needs, designed with athletes in mind.

The app allows users to check whether their medications are banned in sport, find low risk supplements to reduce their change of testing positive accidentally, and check whether they need a Therapeutic Use Exemption. The app is also a tool to raise concerns about things like doping, match-fixing, harassment or illicit drug use. It also features further information on eLearning modules, whereabouts and testing information and gives users the opportunity to provide feedback to Sport Integrity Australia.

The app is free and can be downloaded from the Apple and Android app stores.

Athlete Whereabouts information

Athletes who are part of the Registered Testing Pool (RTP) and National Testing Pool (NTP) need to let SIA know where they are going to be, at specific times, so they can perform no-advance notice testing.

For further information regarding Whereabouts please click here.

Check Your Substances

Check Your Substances is an online tool that enables athletes to find out whether the most commonly prescribed, over-the-counter and complementary medicines in Australia are permitted or prohibited in their sport.

For further information on how to Check Your Substances click here.


Supplements can pose a risk to the health and career of athletes. Nutritional supplements cover a broad range of products including vitamins, minerals, herbs, meal supplements, sport nutrition products, natural food supplements and other related products used to boost the nutritional content of the diet.

For further information regarding supplements please click here.

Prohibited Substances and Methods

Each year the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) updates and publishes a Prohibited List. The Prohibited List is the international standard that outlines the substances and methods that are prohibited in sport.

For further information regarding the Prohibited List please click here.

Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE)

Athletes may at times need to use a prohibited medication to treat a legitimate medical condition. A TUE is an exemption that allows an athlete to use, for therapeutic purposes only, an otherwise prohibited substance or method (of administering a substance) which may be present during competition.

For further information regarding TUEs please click here.

Report doping confidentially

SIA has an anonymous reporting tool on their website where you can report doping in your sport. Legislation ensures that all information you provide and your personal details are treated with the strictest confidence.

For further information on reporting doping please click here.

Alternatively you can ring or email Sport Integiry Australia via the following:

Phone:  1300 027 232


General enquiries

If you have any questions regarding anti-doping please contact SIA via the following:

Phone: 1300 027 232. If calling from outside Australia call: +61 2 6222 4200

General Email: