The Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS) was developed by WADA, in order to provide a mechanism to assist stakeholders to coordinate anti-doping activities.
ADAMS is a web-based database management tool that simplifies the daily activities of all stakeholders. This system allows data entry, storage, sharing and reporting. It supportsthe result management, the administration of Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs), the gymnast's whereabouts information and test distribution planning.
Not only is it easy to use, but also it is free to WADA's stakeholders in English and French, as well as Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish, increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the fight against doping in sport.
All data in ADAMS is stored in a highly secure environment and access is carefully controlled to ensure that data is available to relevant parties only.
Helpdesk support is made available 24 hours, 5 days a week, from WADA
Data protection : Legal Opinion on ADAMS compatibility with European Data Protection Laws
For more information on ADAMS, please visit ADAMS' page on WADA's website
FIG started using ADAMS since 1 January 2009 for all whereabouts submissions and TUE requests.
The transition to ADAMS is a significant and positive step forward for FIG, its NFs and most importantly the gymnasts. Gymnasts will only have to provide one set of whereabouts accessible to the relevant organizations (International Federation, WADA, NADOs). Furthermore, as ADAMS is a global system, testing programs around the world will be better coordinated, therefore giving greater confidence to gymnasts and ensuring a single system for all gymnasts to access.
ADAMS has four primary functions addressing key activities of anti-doping operations:
This functionality allows athletes to enter information about their location from anywhere in the world; and those without Web access may designate a representative such as their ADO to enter the information for them.
ADAMS allows for online management and storage of TUE requests and decisions.
The clearinghouse is where data is stored, in particular laboratory results, Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) authorizations and anti-doping rule violations. It permits the sharing of information among the relevant organizations and guarantees that anti-doping activities are performed with the highest level of transparency.
The ADAMS doping control database provided to ADOs is an essential tool for managing a doping control program, both in- and out-of-competition. Stakeholders can use ADAMS to plan, coordinate, and order tests, as well as manage test results.
Should you be new to ADAMS and would like to have some useful first-time user information, you may consult the different documents and links below:
Need an account ? obtain a login and password by contacting Loic Vidmer (email@example.com) or register HERE
Have an account but forgot your password ?
If your email address is registered in your ADAMS profile, you may use the forgot password link in the login page. You will then receive an automatic email with a reset password that you will have to change as soon as you use it.
If your email address is not registered in your ADAMS profile, you may contact ;Loic Vidmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will reset your account (this also applies in case you forgot your username). Do not forget to update your ADAMS profile with adding your email address at the next login !
A special edition of Play True, WADA's official magazine featuring ADAMS, is also available in English and French.
If you couldn't find answers to your questions with the information provided above, you may still contact Loic Vidmer at the FIG Office (email@example.com) who will be pleased to help you.
Send an e-mail to ADAMS@wada-ama.org
Call the ADAMS helpdesk available 24/7 :
Release Notes shows all the changes and updates that were made at each new ADAMS version.