Clean Sport Week is UKAD’s national awareness week championing clean sport, education and anti-doping initiatives with sports across the UK, and this year’s theme is “Teamwork in Clean Sport”.
Athletes are central to the team, responsible for making sure they compete clean – it’s their body, their responsibility – but coaches, support staff and all of us as at Team Bath play a vital role in supporting them. Collectively, it is important to stay educated, inform athletes of their responsibilities and create a positive culture that gives athletes confidence to win well, without doping.
The University of Bath is proud to be a UKAD Clean Sport accredited site and, in support of UKAD, is challenging all athletes, coaches and athlete support personnel to show their team player credentials and work together with athletes to fulfil their anti-doping responsibilities.
To kick off Clean Sport Week, don’t miss UKAD’s Clean Sport Week webinar taking place from 12.15-1pm on Monday 22nd which is open to all. It will look at important anti-doping topics and provide advice for all roles in clean sport on being a team player and supporting athletes. Click here to sign up for free.
We also encourage anyone in our sporting community that would like to learn more about anti-doping to sign up to UKAD’s Clean Sport Hub where there are free education courses for athletes, students, coaches and practitioners.
Follow @ukantidoping on social media to see a range of educational and exciting content throughout the week. Click here to find out more about UKAD’s 2023 Clean Sport Week initiative.