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FAI condemns the use by athletes, in the misguided belief that they improve performance in the air, of substances banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Such substances may degrade pilot performance and compromise flight safety. The activities, defined as "doping", are contrary to the FAI's principles of fair play, and are potentially damaging to athletes' health and safety.
Following adoption in 2003 by the FAI General Conference of the World Anti-Doping Code, the FAI Air Sport General Commission (CASI) approved appropriate changes to the FAI General Section. The FAI is committed to a programme of anti-doping.
The information on this website is intended as an abbreviated guide, the complete FAI Anti-Doping Rules and Procedures are available by clicking the link below. Note that FAI uses the WADA list of prohibited substances valid at the moment of testing.
The menu on the left contains important information regarding the FAI anti-doping programme. We also strongly advise you to read the dedicated page containing all necessary additional information (see below).