Jakarta, 24 July 2023
Jakarta, Indonesia, 21 July 2023: OCA (Olympic Council of Asia) and NADO (National Anti-Doping Organization) requiring athletes who will compete in the 19th ASIAN Games from 23 September to 8 October 2023 have an understanding of anti-doping rules, so that athletes ready to compete in a clean sport state in Hangzhou, China.
Athletes can learn Anti-Doping education from the ADEL (Anti-Doping Education and Learning). OCA strongly supports athletes to open the ADEL site and complete the e-learning modules titled “International Level Athletes”, which is available in Bahasa Indonesia, don’t hesitate to learn about Anti-Doping, because education is the most powerful tool to fight Doping. The 19th Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou, China. This multi-sports event is the most prestigious in Asia, with 40 sports, 61 disciplines, and 483 events, so IADO, as NADO from Indonesia, has great hopes that athletes can compete honestly and comply to clean sport in the 19th ASIAN Games. The first step athletes can take is opening the ADEL website, creating an account, and completing the International Level Athletes module.
Anti-Doping Education is now required by the OCA, one of the ways to access knowledge about Anti-Doping can be done by accessing and completing International Level Athlete’s Modul in the site created by WADA, which is ADEL BEFORE 31 JULY 2023. Anti-Doping related information is also available on the IADO site. Now there is no longer an excuse for not knowing about doping, the dangers, and the consequences, right??? Because everything is available on the website, the obligation of athletes to study and work on this ADEL module has been implemented before the SEA Games event in Cambodia 2022. OCA hopes that by requiring athletes to work on modules, Athletes become educated, and increase their awareness of anti-doping and the consequences of doping.
Let’s learn about Anti-Doping. Open ADEL, Know Clean Sport #playtrue