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Understand the process

Any athlete can be tested at any time. Read about the testing process and your rights and responsibilities so that, when it's your turn to be tested, you're informed and prepared.

Understand the process

Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs)

Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) are vital for athletes who are advised to take certain medications by their doctor. Find out if you need a TUE, and how to apply, via the link.

Find out about Therapeutic Use Exceptions

Athlete Whereabouts programme

The Athlete Whereabouts programme applies to athletes assigned to a testing pool by us or by their International Federation (IF). These athletes need to provide and maintain whereabouts information so that they can be found for out-of-competition testing at any time.

Learn more about Athlete Whereabouts programme

Testing minors

Minors are classified as athletes who are under 18 years of age; New Zealand Law has strict rules for athletes who are under 16 years of age.

Read about testing minors

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