The Next Gen Athlete Biological Passport module was released on 22 August 2023 and is accessible to Anti-Doping Organizations and their Delegated Third-Party organization for ABP, Athlete Passport Management Unit users via the following link:

  • The launch of the Endocrine Module and of new steroid markers measured in blood (serum) samples as part of the Steroid Module; and
  • The launch of the Next Gen ABP Module ADAMS.  
  • The ABP dashboard will replace the current notification system in ADAMS
  • the legacy version of the ABP module is no longer be available to our users, as the two versions cannot co-exist in ADAMS; 
  • WADA-accredited Laboratories can upload data for samples analyzed for the Endocrine Module and/or the new blood steroid markers.  

You can access to the ABP user guides in the following link:


Know issues being worked on

  • Passports are not displayed in a chronological order (older updates first) in the Dashboard
  • Refresh on passport page will reload the default page of the user (e.g., “New High Priority” tab of the Dashboard without any filter for APMUs)
  • Missing confirmation data
  • Deleting the “I” for ITP data in the sample table
  • Passport search based on sample code
  • Periodical report to export CSV file available for ADOs and APMUs
  • Sample validity and refreshing of passport
  • Date formatting in the graphs will be changed as in sample table
  • Remove the seconds from the collection time of the sample table
  • Issue with the “Yes” and “No” values for Microbial contamination and EtG for ITP and CP
  • Confirmation values for CFs should not appear if no confirmation is performed
  • “CP Status” field in the sample table of steroidal passport: default value is “Not Approved by TA” but will be changed to null if sample hasn’t been flagged for the primary or secondary markers.
  • “IRMS” column: rules to display “Yes” or “No” values to update
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