ICC Anti-Doping Code

The ICC became a signatory of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in July 2006

The ICC Anti-Doping Code compliant with the WADA Code ensures cricket plays its part in the global fight against drugs in sport. Through the adoption and implementation of the ICC Anti-Doping Code, ICC continues in its efforts to:
(a) maintain the integrity of the sport of cricket
(b) protect the health and rights of all participants in the sport of cricket
(c) keep the sport of cricket free from doping

The following downloads are key documents all related to ICC Anti-Doping.

ICC Anti-Doping Code

Key changes to the 2015 ICC Anti-Doping Code

Player's Consent and Agreement to the ICC Anti-Doping Code

Whereabouts Requirements for Out-of-Competition Testing - Effective 1 August 2013

The National Cricket Federation’s Anti-Doping rules template

The WADA 2016 Prohibited List (effective 1 January 2016)

Summary of the Key Changes to the WADA Prohibited List for 2016

ICC Anti-Doping Code- Pocket Guide for Players 2016

The WADA 2017 Prohibited List (effective 1 January 2017)

WADA International Standard for Testing and Investigations - Effective 1 January 2015

WADA International Standard for TUEs - Effective 1 January 2015

Advisory note – Use of Supplements