As of 28 June 2014, Powerlifting (Singapore) has officially endorsed and adopted Anti-Doping Singapore (ADS) drug control policy and regulation as our own. This partnership will take this sport even further in always ensuring a fair playing field for all, on and off competition. Powerlifting (Singapore) will be committed to this program and will invest resources in doping control and education in the local powerlifting scene.
As we take all doping offences very seriously, we do not condone or tolerate any of these offences and will take full disciplinary charges wherever applicable.
Please refer to the anti-doping clause below for all competitions. It is in the best interest of all athletes and coaches to ensure that Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) application (if any) is submitted to us 30 days prior to competition.
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Do you require the use of medication that contain Prohibited Substances? Athletes should advise all medical personnel of their obligation to abide by the anti-doping rules of their sport and that any medical treatment received must not violate these rules. Check the TUE page below for more information.
Download the TUE form and complete it with your doctor. You must submit the form to the Powerlifting Singapore Anti-Doping and Medical Advisor as soon as the medical condition is diagnosed, or 30 days prior to your next competition.
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Athletes should know that they are strictly liable whenever a prohibited substance is found in their urine or blood sample. This means that a violation occurs whether or not the athlete intentionally, knowingly or unknowingly, used a prohibited substance or was negligent or otherwise at fault. It is therefore very important for athletes to understand not only what is prohibited, but also what might potentially cause an inadvertent doping violation.