Cookies on the UK Anti-Doping website
This section provides information to athletes who are required to submit their Whereabouts to the Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS).
UKAD has been alerted by WADA that some ADAMS users may have received illegitimate emails looking like they are originating from WADA. These emails request that the recipient click on a link and then enter some credentials, such as username, password or email address.
We want to advise anyone that uses ADAMS to be extra cautious if they receive such emails. WADA would NEVER send emails to you that asks you to validate or change your ADAMS password.
Should you receive any email of this nature please DO NOT click on the link and we kindly request that you contact WADA directly to let them know.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation,
As part of WADA’s system enhancements, there is a planned maintenance update to the ADAMS website which will take place on Thursday 29 September 2016, between 19:00 and 21:00 BST.
Please note that during this period ADAMS services (including SMS and apps) will be intermittently unavailable.
If you experience any difficulty, please try outside of these hours, or update using the alternative update methods available.
Click 'Log in to ADAMS' at the top of this page or click here: https://adams.wada-ama.org/adams
The World Anti-Doping Agency has produced a quick-reference user guide to support athletes in using ADAMS. View this by clicking on the link below:
Emergency updates can be made to Whereabouts Filings up to one minute before the specified hour commences. This should be on ADAMS where possible, alternatively use the methods below:
Whereabouts SMS: +44 7781 480 710
Whereabouts email: email@example.com
If you require further help with ADAMS or have any questions regarding your Whereabouts, please contact:
Alexandra Newman, Athlete Support Officer
Telephone: +44 (0)7553 370 029
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You can find the 2016 Prohibited List in the Resources section of the website or download a copy here.