Cayman Cycling's anti-doping approach takes a position of zero tolerance to help ensure a drug-free cycling community.
Cayman Cycling works closely with the World Anti-Doping Authority (WADA) through the Cayman Islands Olympic Committee (CIOC) to ensure a drug-free cycling environment in the Cayman Islands.
We strongly encourage athletes to ensure that they are acutely aware of the most recent anti-doping related banned lists, both here in the Cayman Islands and around the world.
The 2022 Prohibited List is available on WADA’s website
All relevant organisations and people involved with cycling including Cayman Cycling athletes, coaches, team managers and other support persons must be aware of the Prohibited List updates.
It is the responsibility of the athletes to check the status of any medication or substance prior to use.
For further information on WADA lists and other policies, visit the WADA website.
UCI ANTI-DOPING PROGRAM
For information on the UCI’s Anti-Doping Program click here.
To read the UCI’s Anti-Doping Rules and Procedures click here.
THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTIONS (TUE)
For information on Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE), click here.
REPORT DOPING CONFIDENTIALLY
Information on doping or associated suspicious activity is critical in the fight against doping in our sport. If you have any such knowledge or information, please forward it, in confidence, to our President of the association at email@example.com.
- UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) – the International body that governs competitive cycling for all disciplines.
- CADF (Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation) – the CADF’s role is to autonomously manage the anti-doping program on behalf of the UCI. The CADF’s activities are conducted in compliance with the World Anti-Doping Code and the UCI Anti-Doping Rules.
- WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) – publishes and maintains the ‘Prohibited List’ – an international standard identifying substances and methods prohibited in-competition, out-of-competition, and in particular sports.