The fight against doping remains an important focus for FIS, through a zero-tolerance policy on doping and cheating in sport. The FIS Anti-Doping Programme continues to focus on unannounced out-of-competition testing, collecting athlete biological passport (ABP) tests from athletes in the registered testing pool.
FIS has established an integrity partnership with Global Sports Investigations. Breaches of governance and ethical matters as provided for in the FIS Code of Ethics, Anti-Corruption and Betting Rules, FIS Safe Snow Policy and the FIS Anti-Doping Rules can be reported to the external Whistleblower Hotline. Confidentiality is guaranteed by Global Sports Investigations.
Whistleblower Hotline: +44 (0)207 034 3403
Whistleblower Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are links to useful resources and information in the fight against doping.
As an International-Level athlete (=competing at the FIS World Cup, FIS World Championships, FIS World Junior Championships level, or at the Olympic Games) you have in principle to obtain your TUE approval from FIS. (National-level athletes have to apply at their NADO).
According to Article 188.8.131.52 of the FIS ADR 2021 "Where the Athlete already has a TUE granted by their National Anti-Doping Organisation pursuant to Article 4.4. of the Code for the substance or method in question, and provided that such TUE has been reported in accordance with Article 5.5 of the International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions, FIS will automatically recognise it for purposes of International-level Competition without the need to review the relevant clinical information."
Please consult the TUE - Checklists from WADA befor your TUE application:
PLAY TRUE DAY 2020
FIS athletes and stakeholders participate in WADA’s Play True Day
CLEAN AS SNOW
What Is Say NO! To Doping?
Say NO! To Doping is an awareness campaign created by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) for organisations to unite in support of doping-free sport. FIS is fully committed to the fight against doping and is proud to have WADA‘s endorsement for its Clean as Snow campaign which incorporates the WADA guidelines. 14 international organisations have so far embraced WADA’s awareness campaign, including FIS.
What is Clean as Snow?
The Clean as Snow campaign is FIS’ message to Say NO! To Doping in the interest of Fair and Clean sport.
The most recent Clean as Snow initiative was conducted at the 2017 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti (FIN) when FIS and the National Anti-Doping Agency of Finland successfully spread the anti-doping message to hundreds of athletes, coaches and support personnel during an Outreach Programme at the athletes’ village. The initiative followed on the heels of the successful Outreach Programme which was jointly run by WADA and FIS at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2015 in Falun (SWE).