About The Anti-Doping Database
The Anti-Doping Database (ADDB) is an online tool for professionals researching doping in sport.
The database contains information about athletes who has been sanctioned for an anti-doping rule violation.
Our sources are National Anti-Doping Agencies (NADA), International Sports Federations (ISF), National Sports Federations (NSF) and also News websites.
Thanks to support we are adding more and more information to the database.
Because we are using mainly Online sources and do not get information regarding all suspensions, the ADDB will never be a database where you can see the total status for the anti-doping situation in sports.
There are many reasons for this: (1) Sports Organizations may have privacy rules or have to follow national privacy laws which stopping them from publicly disclosing information.
Our criteria has been that we add cases where we know which prohibited substance the athlete has tested positive for. Because of this we have not been able to add cases from quite a few sports and countries.
We are how ever in contact with IFs, NADOs and national federations or national sports bodies to receive this information.
Using The Anti-Doping Database
In order to use the Anti-Doping Database a user must register and sign up for a subscription.
The data stored in The Anti-Doping Database is used solely for journalistic purposes or for artistic or literary expression.
When using The Anti-Doping Database, you must credit The Anti-Doping Database or www.dopinglist.com as your source for information.
The Anti-Doping Database (ADDB) and www.dopinglist.com are not sponsored by or affiliated with the International Olympic Comittee (IOC), the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) or any other National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO) or International Sports Federations (ISF). Trademarks featured or referred to on this website are the property of their respective trademark holders and not The Anti-Doping Database or www.dopinglist.com.
The project has how ever gotten positive comments from WADA and Anti-Doping Norway (ADN) representatives. Furthermore the project have also received some advice from ADN representatives. Neither organizations have endorsed the project.