Under the World Anti-Doping Code, each national anti-doping organization must designate a pool of athletes who are subject to the highest level of anti-doping rules. The CCES is responsible for maintaining Canada’s registered testing pool (RTP).

The CCES RTP is made up of Canada’s top athletes and can include athletes who compete at a national and/or international level, athletes who compete in a sport with a higher doping risk, and athletes who receive funding from Sport Canada. Athletes in the CCES RTP are likely to be tested more often, and are required under the Canadian Anti-Doping Program to provide their whereabouts.

Find out if you’re in the CCES RTP. Your national sport organization will also inform you if you are added to this pool.