Anti-Doping
The use of drugs to enhance performance is against all sporting rules laid down by most recognized sports governing bodies.  Drugs damages the image and value of the sport, and contravenes the fundamental principles of sportsmanship and fair competition.  It is the responsibility of all competitors and official to ensure that the sport is drug free.

WOMZA will not condone the use of any substance identified on the WADA and/or other prohibited lists, unless a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) has been issued by SAIDS and/or the relevant International Controlling body.

Full details of doping regulations are contained in the WOMZA Anti-Doping Code.
1.   Competitors found guilty of a doping offence will face a penalty. No exceptions to the rules.


2.   Suspicion of competitors using prohibited substances should be reported to WOMZA.


3.   The link to WADA (World Anti-Doping) website is: 
https://www.wada-ama.org/  and the link to SAIDS (South Africa Institute For Drug Free         
       Sport) website is:   http://www.drugfreesport.org.za/

4.    The responsibility is on the competitor to know which substance is not acceptable or acceptable. 


5.    The use of Ventolin (Salbutamol), Seretide and Salmeterol inhalers is no longer allowed.


6.    Symbicord (Formoterol & Budesonide) is prohibited. 


7.    For ADD/ADHD, Hypertension, Dibetes, etc. prohibited medications rules still apply.

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  1. INJURY REGISTER
  2. MEDICAL EXAMINATION
  3. COMPEITORS SELF DISCARGE
  4. WADA
Should you name appear on the Injury Register, you MUST send WOMZA a Doctors letter to confirm that you are fit to compete.
WOMZA

Special Medical Examination 
WOMZA

Competitor Self Discharge
The World Anti-Doping Code International Standard
(Prohibited List)