Clean Winner e-Learning Course

“Clean Winner” is an e-learning course which has been developed for performance-oriented sport. It comprises seven interactive modules on the key anti-doping topics. It takes around 30 to 45 minutes to complete. The modules do not all need to be completed at the same time. Completed modules are then listed on a certificate.

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Clean Winner

WADA PlayTrue Quiz

Test your knowledge! WADA's PlayTrue Quiz is an interactive program that test athletes' knowledge about anti-doping.

PlayTrue Quiz

WADA Anti-Doping Education and Learning

The Anti-Doping Education and Learning platform (ADEL) offers access to all topics related to clean sport and anti-doping. It offers courses for athletes, coaches, doctors, administrators and anyone interested in learning more about anti-doping and protecting the values of clean sport.

WADA Anti-Doping Education and Learning ADEL

New brochure from Swiss Sport Integrity

The new prevention brochure ‘Together for Clean Sport’ contains the latest information and practical recommendations on the issue of anti-doping. Athletes, coaches, parents and everyone seeking to protect clean sport can expand their anti-doping knowledge with these clear descriptions and practical recommended actions. QR codes for each topic provide easy access to more in-depth information along with the latest provisions and lists on the website.

Brochure Together for clean sport (ePaper)

Brochure Together for clean sport (Download)

Information Sheets

The following information sheets contain the most important information and recommended courses of action:

Information sheet for competitive sports

Information sheet for whereabouts



Watching the video about doping control will give you more confidence during your next testing procedure.

Olympic champion Tyler Hamilton had sanctions imposed on him as the result of a doping offense. In these videos, he reflects on his time as an elite athlete, and the critical decisions he made. He provides specific tips for athletes and their parents.

Offers for National Teams

In addition to using the Clean Winner program, numerous federations also use squad sessions to convey the most important rules of conduct. The athletes are educated in workshops by instructors from Antidoping Switzerland. The instructor offer can be provided in consultation with the sport federations.

Inquiry for an Instructor

Offers for Coaches and other Support Personnel

For support personnel wanting to find out the key information about clean sport, we would recommend using the corresponding Youth + Sport offer.

Youth + Sport offer regarding the topic of doping

Offers for Parents

The canton of Zurich also provides a comprehensive toolbox for parents, which contains a factsheet on anti-doping under point E.05.

Toolbox for parents handbook from the canton of Zürich (in German)

Parents' Info

Take part in one of our "Parents' Info" online education sessions and support your child in doping prevention. Learn more about anti-doping rules as well as doping risks and get specific advice for sports parents.

Dates Language Registration
13.11.24, 20:00-21:00 French Registration
14.11.24, 20:00-21:00 German Registration
18.11.24, 20:00-21:00 Italian Registration
20.11.24, 20:00-21:00 German Registration

Offers for Swiss Olympic Schools

Swiss Olympic has teamed up with Swiss Sport Integrity to provide the Swiss Olympic Partner Schools and Sport Schools with “Olympic Spirit” teaching materials for secondary education levels I and II. This provides students with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with relevant tips, as well as to run through exercises relating to the anti-doping regulations. As a complement to these teaching materials, schools can also book an instructor from Swiss Sport Integrity.

Inquiry for an education session

Teaching Materials «Olympic Spirit»

Background Information for School Work

A range of background information is available for school work relating to doping. This extends beyond the knowledge, which is directly relevant to athletes.

Mobile Lesson

Andreas Krieger – Heidi’s farthest throw