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The ISF aims to create awareness in the area of Anti-Doping, and to educate Athletes and Athlete Support Personnel. In this respect, WADA has created specific Anti-Doping eLearning programs for Athletes and Athlete Support Personnel.


For Athletes:

The Athlete Learning Program about Health and Anti-Doping (ALPHA) - established by WADA - is a tool that helps athletes to stay clean.  By studying all the performance-related areas, such as rest and recovery, training, nutrition and helping athletes to identify where they could do better, the tool provides athletes with solutions to allow continued progression in a clean way. The tool also allows athletes to recognize when they are in situations which put them at risk of doping, and provides them with ready-made solutions to resist pressures to dope.

Alpha is accessible at alpha.wada-ama.org


For Athlete Support Personnel:

In order to cater to the various learning styles and demanding schedules of coaches, WADA has created CoachTrue, a computer-based Anti-Doping learning tool. CoachTrue provides for two separate modules, an elite-level module and a recreational-level module, which allows coaches to choose the module which best fits to their status.

CoachTrue is accessible at http://coachtrue.wada-ama.org/login/index.php