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Athlete Whereabouts Program

The majority of carded athletes, as well as some high performance athletes who are not currently carded, are included in the “Registered Testing Pool” with CCES.  Complete and accurate whereabouts information must be submitted via ADAMS to the CCES once each quarter for the year by all athletes who are included in the “Registered Testing Pool (RTP).” All RTP Athletes are now required to use the online ADAMS system (see below for more information). 

 

Registered Testing Pool – List of Athletes

 

CCES Whereabouts Submission Deadlines

Quarter

Deadline for Submission

January, February, March

December 31

April, May, June

March 31

July, August, September

June 30      

October, November, December   

September 30

 

IMPORTANT: Athletes failing to adhere to this process could be sanctioned as per the rules outlined in the Canadian Anti-Doping Program.

Athletes are required to sign up for an ADAMS (Anti-Doping Administration + Management System) account to allow for accepted whereabouts submissions.  Email adams@cces.ca for a username and password.

 

IMPORTANT: Athletes who are also included in the IAAF or IPC Testing Pool must submit their information to the CCES as well as to the IAAF / IPC. 

 

Removal from Registered Testing Pool
If you are no longer competing in the sport of athletics, please make sure to complete the Retirement Notification Form and submit it to CCES with a copy to Corey Dempsey at Athletics Canada.  Upon receipt, the CCES may remove you from the Registered Testing Pool.  However, please be aware that you are still subject to testing for up to 18 months after notification of your retirement has been received.

If you are otherwise removed from the RTP, you will be notified by CCES or Athletics Canada.

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