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Whereabouts

The ISAF Registered Testing Pool is a list of sailors who are subject to in-competition and out-of-competition testing. All athletes who are in the ISAF Registered Testing Pool must provide whereabouts information using the WADA 'ADAMs' system.

The Anti-Doping Adminstration and Managment System (ADAMS) is operated by the WADA. It is an online system consisting of whereabouts management, clearinghouse functionality and doping control.

ADAMS Documents & Useful Links

Click on the documents and links below to find out more information about ADAMS.

World Anti-Doping Agency's information pages about ADAMS

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ADAMS Documents

TitleAbstract
ADAMSSummary of forthcoming changes ADAMS 2.3
Athlete Profile FormThe Athlete Profile Form to be completed by athletes in the ISAF Registered Testing Pool in order to registered for ADAMS
ADAMS - User Guide for AthletesAthletes User Guide for ADAMS (Anti-Doping Administration and Management System)
ADAMS - Whereabouts Training Video (zip file)A downloadable zip file of the Athlete Whereabouts training video for ADAMS (Anti-Doping Administration and Management System)
ADAMS - Whereabouts Training Video (web stream)A live web stream of the Athlete Whereabouts training video for ADAMS (Anti-Doping Administration and Management System)
ADAMS - Whereabouts Training Video (concise web stream)A shorter version of the Athlete Whereabouts training video for ADAMS (Anti-Doping Administration and Management System)

SMS Updates of Whereabouts Information

A SMS feature added to ADAMS in January 2008 makes it simple for athletes to submit Whereabouts updates using a mobile phone, smart phone, or PDA. While athletes are still required to enter Whereabouts into ADAMS on a quarterly basis, this new SMS feature facilitates updates, especially when Internet is not available.

The SMS number for updating Whereabouts information is +44 (0) 77814 80710. For more details on how to use the SMS service please refer to the extract from the ADAMS Release Notes (Version 1.8.1, published 21 January 2008) below.

For athletes to start messaging, they must have a valid unique mobile phone number in their athlete profile and properly go through the activation process.

Example of Athletes Profile Form

At this stage the athlete must click the "Test connection" button. ADAMS will then send a text message to the phone number specified. The message will contain a three-digit security code, which will be valid for 24 hours.

The athlete must then send a text message to ADAMS with only the security code as text. Once ADAMS receives and processes the code, the athlete account will be enabled for SMS.

From this point, the athlete can send messages to ADAMS. Appropriate users within the custodial organization will be automatically notified when text messages are received.

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