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What is WADA?

WADA is the World Anti-Doping Agency, headquartered in Montreal (Canada) with the mission to support the athletes and their entourage to Play True in collaboration with the National Governments and Sport Organisations worldwide.

WBSC President Riccardo Fraccari on the importance of Anti-doping

The WBSC President Riccardo Fraccari speaks about the importance of tackling Doping in Baseball and Softball through a strong collaboration with WADA and IOC.

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WADA Play True Day 2021

Recognising the WADA's #PlayTrueDay, our ambassadors explain their reasons to play clean

Doping control process

The doping control process consists mainly of five phases: Athlete selection, Athlete notification, sample collection, sample analysis and result management. Do you want to know more? Watch this video!

Level playing field

The WADA Code was created to foster a doping-free culture in Sport, to educate athletes about the danger of doping, to reinforce the idea of Fair-Play, to make sure everyone plays on a level playing field.

Values education through sport

The fight against doping not only is aimed to protect clean athletes but also to reinforce the good values of sport such as equity, respect and fair competition.

Social science research

Social science research is one of the best programs promoted by WADA in the analysis of the major scientific topics related to Doping.