[PDF] M-1 Doping Control Form

[PDF] M-2 Alcohol-test Control Form

[PDF] M-3 Players' Health Certificate

[PDF] M-4 Referees' Health Certificate

[PDF] M-6 Referee Health Control Form

[PDF] M-7 Health Certificate for Officials


[PDF] F-1 Confidential Data Form

[PDF] M-8 Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Application Form

[PDF] M-9 Medical Delegate Report

[PDF] M-10 Injury Report Form

[PDF] M-11 Athlete Retirement Form

[PDF] M-12 Information Form

[XLS] Heat Stress Monitoring Report




One of the FIVB's primary objectives is to ensure high standards of education for the entire volleyball community in Anti-Doping and other medical matters to reaffirm its commitment to fair play and focus on prevention.
The FIVB makes here available a number of publications which will provide you with the necessary information and tools to address the issue of doping, medication and injury prevention in volleyball.


Anti-Doping Rules

[PDF] FIVB Medical and Anti-Doping Regulations 2017- in force 8 June 2017
[PDF] 2020 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods

Anti-Doping Education

[PDF] We play it clean! Athletes 2011
[PDF] Coaches' Tool Kit

Injury Prevention

[PDF] Injury risk is low among world-class volleyball players: 4-year data from the FIVB Injury Surveillance System - originally published online July 20, 2015

International Journal of Volleyball Research

The International Journal of Volleyball Research which is kindly provided by the USA Volleyball Sports Medicine and Performance Commission (SMPC) contains sports medicine and sport science performance information.

[PDF] International Journal of Volleyball Research - 2010, the latest issue

Previous issues:

Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science: Volleyball

[PDF] July 2017

FIVB Volleyball Medicine Congress