Speak Out

Keep Kiwi sport clean

Adam Blair stands on 2nd place podium. A clown is in 1st; another guy is in 3rd. Caption says "Stand with champions, not clowns. Speak out. Share doping concerns in confidence at drugfreesport.org.nz/speak-out'

Speak Out is a safe way for anyone involved in sport to share doping concerns in confidence.

If you see, hear about or suspect doping, contact us in confidence to share your concerns. Speaking out protects your sport for all athletes who train hard and fair.

You don’t need the full story. If you think it’s suspicious, we’d like to hear about it.

Even if it seems minor, please get in touch. We use every bit of information we receive.

It doesn't matter when, who or where. You can report something from the past, something happening now, or something someone intends to do in the future. It can be about athletes, coaches, team doctors, physios or, in some cases, parents of athletes. It can be something happening at home in NZ or overseas.

  • Phone us: 0800 DRUGFREE (378 437)
  • Email us: intel@drugfreesport.org.nz
  • Send an anonymous message using our web form (scroll down ↓↓↓)

Report doping

Phone us: 0800 DRUGFREE (378 437)

Email us: intel@drugfreesport.org.nz

Send an anonymous message

Please provide as much information as possible

Speaking out

Stand with champions

Stand with champions, not clowns

People who use banned substances to get ahead aren’t real athletes, and they aren’t welcome in Kiwi sport. Real athletes train hard and maintain their integrity. Dopers - like clowns - are in disguise. Though they might train hard, they're ultimately cheating to get ahead.

Speaking Out is a fundamental way for athletes, coaches, administrators and support teams to protect real athletes and the integrity of their sport. But that can be difficult if you don't know where to go. The 'Stand with champions' campaign aims to solve that by raising awareness of Speak Out among athletes and their support teams.