|Author: BMAF||First Published: 01/01/2015|
BMAF Guide to the Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) System
The TUE system allows athletes to register prohibited substances when they have been prescribed for legitimate, therapeutic use for a medical condition. This avoids the need for disciplinary action should the substance be found during doping control. See the following.
If you are randomly selected to attend a Doping Control Test and you are not familiar with what to do, you will find very clear and comprehensive information on www.britishathletics.org.uk/anti-doping. Click on the box labelled Rules - Procedure. This will reveal a drop down menu for Rules - Procedure on the right of the screen with all the information you need. Click on the line Doping Control Procedure in order to watch the video "What happens during a Doping Control Test". Do remember that you are entitled to be accompanied to the Doping Control Room, A Team Manager will accompany you if available.
Any queries regarding the system should be addressed to:
To check the status of registered medicines refer to:
Further anti-doping information can be found on