This week heralds the return of UK Anti-Doping’s crucial ‘Clean Sport Week’ campaign
As UK Anti-Doping’s Clean Sport Week campaign returns for 2022, we are proud to restate our commitment to Clean Sport across all our disciplines, and at every level of British snowsport.
Every year, anti-doping breaches in sport make headline news here in Britain and around the world, with athletes intentionally or unintentionally risking their careers by failing to adhere to anti-doping regulations. As the National Governing Body responsible for Britain’s high-performance skiing and snowboarding programme, we are determined that no British athlete should ever be unaware of the support and education available to them to ensure they do not fall victim to anti-doping violations. We also invest significantly in supporting coaches to complete Coach Clean training programmes, providing security and up-to-date knowledge to our country’s leading coaching talent.
Our education programme spans all teams, athletes, and disciplines within the British high-performance system, and we are also proud to work closely with UK Anti-Doping and the British Home Nations Governing Bodies to make resources and education support available to athletes and coaches at every level of skiing and snowboarding in Britain.
We are ever grateful to UK Anti-Doping for their world-leading programme of support to sports, coaches, and athletes on anti-doping practices, and we fully support their dedication to raising awareness around anti-doping for the good of athletes, federations, and the whole of the UK’s sporting community.
For more information on GB Snowsport’s Clean Sport resources for athletes, coaches, and support teams visit: https://gbsnowsport.com/anti-doping/
To find out more about UK Anti-Doping’s Clean Sport Week 2022, visit https://www.ukad.org.uk/clean-sport-week-2022