Safe sport environment


Report violation or irregularity.

Whistleblower Line is a safe line to report and ask questions about abuse in sports!

All received data are processed exclusively for the purposes of detecting and investigating suspected abuses in sports and providing explanations to questions related to the latter. Whistleblowing is confidential. You don’t need to reveal your identity, they are much more interested in the content of your application or question. They do not attempt to identify anonymous whistleblowers or track their location.

Anti-Doping and TUE

Athletes may have illnesses or conditions that require them to take medications or undergo procedures. If the medication or method an athlete is required to use to treat an illness or condition is prohibited as per the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) Prohibited List, a TUE may give that athlete the authorisation to use that substance or method while competing without invoking an anti-doping rule violation (ADRV) and applicable sanction. Applications for TUEs are evaluated by a panel of physicians, the International TUE Committee (ITUEC).

If the athlete participating in the Games already has a valid TUE granted by their National Anti-Doping Organisation or International Federation/European Federation, the TUE is automatically valid for the period of the Games.

For all other situations, please refer to the EOC official website, Clean Sport section, Therapeutic use exemption process – The European Olympic Committees (


REVEAL is a platform where you can share information about doping suspicion in a completely anonymous and secure manner – managed independently by the International Testing Agency (ITA). Every piece of information is important in the fight for clean sport and through REVEAL you can support the investigation of anti-doping rule violations or criminal behaviour.