Drug Free Sport NZ works in partnership with NSOs to create a clean sporting culture in New Zealand.
The best way for NSOs to support their athletes to compete clean and reject performance enhancing drugs is to promote a clean sporting environment.
You can do this by making anti-doping education a priority and by providing your members with easy access to relevant information about anti-doping.
On these pages we’ve given you some details about key elements of the anti-doping programme, including:
- The anti-doping rules
- The prohibited list
- Checking medications
- Therapeutic Use Exemptions
- Supplements advice
- Whereabouts advice
You need to make sure this information is made available to your athletes, on your website and in the form of hard-copy materials.
You might also like to check out these four tips on competing clean from reformed doper and three-time Tour de France cyclist, Tyler Hamilton.