Clean Sport at Team Bath

All sporting participants have the right to compete in doping-free sport (Clean Sport).

The University of Bath adopts the UKAD and World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) position that cheating, including doping, is fundamentally contrary to the spirit of sport, undermining the otherwise positive impact it can have on society.

The University of Bath is one of only three higher-education institutions in the UK to currently hold UKAD [UK Anti-Doping] Clean Sport Elite Accreditation – click here to find out more.

A culture of clean sport is promoted throughout the STV and the University. Athletes can be tested at any time! Click here to see our Advice Card for further information on anti-doping.

Athletes are 100% responsible for the substances they take and any substances found in their body during any testing – read our advice on supplements here.

Thinking about expanding your anti-doping knowledge? Take the online UKAD Advisor Assessment and Coach Clean courses here:

Useful links

UK Anti-doping Agency

World Anti-doping Agency

100% Me: a UKAD initiative

Global Drug Reference Online


We partner with a number of National Governing Bodies, see below for links to their anti-doping pages for more information regarding their anti-doping policies and procedures.

British Bobsleigh and Skeleton:

British Judo:

British Rowing:

British Swimming:

British Tennis:

British Triathlon:

Pentathlon GB:

The University of Bath provides help and support to students regarding the use of drugs and other substance misuse – find out more at

Contact us

If you have any questions about our clean sport policy or would like to find out more, please contact:

Partners and Suppliers