Tue Process Clarification
Should any members be on prescribed medications, here is the two-step process for assessing your TUE needs.
1. Check to see if your medications are restricted or prohibited at the 'Global DRO' website- www.globaldro.com
2. If you find that your medications are restricted or prohibited, do the 'TUE Wizard' on the CCES website which will tell you if you need a TUE prior to competing or not at - https://www.cces.ca/medical-exemptions
(All Registered Testing Pool (RTP), National Athlete Pool (NAP) and International competitors do require TUE's prior to competing)
NOTE- If you do not require a TUE prior to competing, then you are tested at an event, then fail the test based on your medications - CCES would assist you in applying for a Retoactive TUE.
After referring to the 'Global DRO' and 'TUE Wizard' if anyone is unsure, please contact the Anti-Doping Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org