In March 2017, the World Anti-Doping Agency launched on its website a specific section called “Speak Up!”.

We would like to inform our stakeholders, including but not limited to athletes and athletes’ support personnel, that they can get in touch with WADA and share information related to doping in total confidence.

Through its website, anti-doping intelligence captured or received is handled securely and confidentially, sources of intelligence are protected, the risk of leaks or inadvertent disclosure is properly addressed, and intelligence shared with you by law enforcement, other relevant authorities and/or other third parties, is processed, used and disclosed only for legitimate anti-doping purposes.

Designed to protect clean athletes, the “Speak Up” section can be used to report information on any suspected breach of the World Anti-Doping Code.

This website is a secure way for you to report activity that you think goes against anti-doping rules: WADA Speak Up section.


You may report any alleged Anti-Doping Rule Violation or any act or omission that could undermine the fight against doping.

Anyone can report doping misconduct. If you have detected, identified, witnessed or know of, or have reasonable grounds for suspecting that cheating has occurred, we encourage you to let us know by opening a mailbox. 

If you have information on bribery, corruption or any other allegation that does not involve doping, please report your information through the appropriate law enforcement agencies.


To ensure that the information you send us is private, we suggest that you follow these guidelines:

  • Access this site directly by copying or writing the URL address https://speakup.wada-ama.org in an internet browser rather than by clicking on a link. 
  • File your report from your personal computer.
  • Do not use a PC that is connected to a network/intranet. 
  • Choose whether or not you wish to leave your personal details; if not, you should also check that your personal details do not appear in the file properties (metadata) of any files you upload.

Please remember to note your case number and password in a secure location so you can access your case when you login to your mailbox via Speak Up!