iBoxClean: anti-doping education and awareness

IABA is proud to support clean sport with the release of the iBoxClean programme – this is designed to raise awareness of anti-doping in our sport, and provide learning and education opportunities for boxers, coaches, club support staff and parent/guardians.

Doping is contrary to the spirit of our sport. Every boxer, coach, club administrator, bout official, elected official, clubs and unit has a responsibility to ensure Boxing is free of doping.  Members are bound by this policy, and by the provisions of Rule 7.5 of IABA’s Rulebook

There are 11 anti-doping rule violations, of which almost half also apply to coaches, so it is vital that coaches go on the anti-doping learning journey with their boxers. More information on Anti-Doping regulations is available through Sport Ireland, here, and through WADA, here

IABA Anti-Doping Tutor, Bee O’Callaghan, shares an over-view of anti-doping

iBoxClean learning

Boxers, parents/guardians, coaches and club support staff can register for any one of the 13 iBoxClean anti doping workshops running in 2024 here

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Whilst some of the workshops have a particular focus on either boxers, parents or coaches, any member of any IABA affiliated club can attend any of the workshops.      

iBoxClean Ambassador, Jack Marley, shares his experience of in-competition Anti-Doping testing

Independent Anti-Doping learning

IABA recognises that the iBoxClean calendar may not align with everyone’s schedules, and is sharing this suite of independent learning resources, provided by Sport Ireland and WADA, the World Anti-Doping Agency:

The 2024 Prohibited List

The Prohibited List is a mandatory International Standard as part of the World Anti-Doping Program. The List is updated annually following an extensive consultation process facilitated by WADA. The effective date of the List is 01 January 2024, also available here

iBoxClean Ambassador, Kellie Harrington, on how she ensures her supplements comply with Anti Doping rules:

Supplements and Medication Checking

The Sport Ireland Medcheck and GlobalDro are the only ways for boxers to check that their medications meet Anti-Doping Standards

Therapeutic Use Exemptions

Find out more on TUEs, and apply for a Therapeutic Use Exemption for certain medications here

Additional Anti-Doping Resources

Sport Ireland’s full suite of anti-doping learning, and information, is available here

WADA, the World Anti-Doping Agency’s full suite of anti-doping learning and information is available here