As part of its ongoing efforts to support athletes and doping-free sport, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is pleased to announce that its free ADAMS app for smartphones is now available on Android devices to more than 25,000 athletes worldwide.
The app, which was made available to athletes using iPhone devices in December, will be of particular interest to those athletes in a registered testing pool who have specific anti-doping responsibilities regarding the provision of whereabouts information to support out-of-competition testing.
Using their Android or iPhone, athletes can enter, check and change their whereabouts details at any time with just a few clicks. Using mobile notifications, the app also helps the athletes to remember their obligations to submit whereabouts, including the relevant deadlines to do so.
"The app puts athletes' interests first, by providing them with an easy, accessible way to report their whereabouts and ensure they observe all the relevant regulations,"
said WADA President Sir Craig Reedie.
"Everyone benefits from this efficient solution, and we are pleased to offer the app to the athlete Android users."
For more information on athletes whereabouts, please consult our Questions & Answers
The App can be downloaded at the Google Play Store