In order for athletes to become and remain complaint they must make themselves available for Out of Competition Testing, all athletes are required to submit whereabouts to the BADC. Some athletes are entered into a General, National and/or Registered Testing Pool. All athletes that fall into these pools are subjected to Out of Competition Testing. Also all athletes must undergo an educational session with the BADC.
BADC requires the registration of all National, International and Collegiate Athletes. Testing is done from the age of 15 and up. Athletes under the age of 17 are not typically required to submit whereabouts, however notice would be given in the event that they are.
The E- Platform can be accessed by signing up on www.bahamasadc.org/adel.
Educational Sessions can we arranged individually or by groups, please feel free to contact the office to assist in setting up sessions with your administrators, physicians, coaches, athletes and parents.
In order to submit your whereabouts send an email requesting an ADAMS account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resets can be provided to athletes who are unable to login by direct email to email@example.com .
Whereabouts submissions are due on or before the 15th of each quarter.
Failure to submit will result in a whereabouts failures and/or missed tests.
3 Failures and/or 3 missed test will constitute an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (ADRV) with The BADC.
Athletes who have missed tests/ whereabout failures within a 12 month period will be sanctioned for a minimum of 12 months.
For more information please feel free to contact us via phone or email.
Our office is located at
Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission
Betty K. Kenning Aquatics Centre.
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre
Thank you for continuing the fight for “Clean Sports"