Swiss Golf is unreservedly committed to doping-free sport, supports doping prevention and maintains active cooperation with the Swiss Anti-Doping Foundation.
Consistent compliance with the anti-doping rules protects athletes, the federation and the sport as a whole. It is important to the leadership of Swiss Golf that athletes, coaches, team leaders and medical staff are aware of the rules and are committed to a clean sport..
The so-called strict liability is the basis of doping prevention. It states that athletes are solely responsible for ensuring that no prohibited substances enter their bodies or that no prohibited methods are used.
Before athletes take medication, they must always check that it does not contain any prohibited substances. The medication query Global DRO provides information about this in a simple way - via www.antidoping.ch or as a mobile app.
Supplements and food supplements may be contaminated with prohibited substances. They therefore carry the risk of an unintentional doping violation. To reduce this risk, great care must be taken when selecting products.
The higher the level of performance, the more precisely athletes and their coaches need to know the anti-doping rules. Antidoping Switzerland's e-learning programmes - for athletes, coaches, doctors and everyone who wants to protect clean sport
Indications of possible doping offences may seem small, but can be of great importance for investigative work. Your communication could help us decisively to protect clean sport. Anonymous or not, information will be treated confidentially in any case.