Anti-Doping Information for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Now Available for Canadian Athletes

Ottawa – June 7, 2022 – Anti-doping information for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is now available for Team Canada athletes and support personnel. The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) has consolidated information about therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs), whereabouts, Games-time doping control and supplement use for the Commonwealth Games. Go to

All athletes and medical support personnel should be aware of the change to the status of injectable glucocorticoids that came into effect with the 2022 Prohibited List. All injectable routes of administration of glucocorticoids are now prohibited in-competition. For more information, including a glucocorticoid washout table, see the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Glucocorticoids and Therapeutic Use Exemptions Guidelines.

Congratulations and good luck to all Team Canada athletes who will represent Canada in Birmingham! We encourage Team Canada to live their values and to embrace the True Sport Principles that represent the good sport Canadians believe in.

About the CCES

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport works collaboratively to ensure Canadians have a positive sport experience. Through its programs, the CCES manages unethical issues in sport, protects the integrity of Canadian sport, and promotes True Sport to activate values-based sport on and off the field of play. The CCES is an independent, national, not-for profit organization that is responsible for the administration of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program. The CCES acknowledges funding, in part, from the Government of Canada. For more information, visit, follow us on TwitterFacebook, or Instagram

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