Resources

Drug Free Sport NZ has a range of resources you can access to help you better understand clean sport and the anti-doping rules. 

On this page you'll find links to our resources, but also to other useful information published by the World Anti-Doping Agency and other anti-doping organisations.

Resource Description

Download the 2018 Clean Sport Handbook here
Comprehensive pocket size guide with Sports Anti-Doping information for athletes and support staff.  Order copies here.

Download the 2018 Clean Sport Wallet Guide here
Quick reference foldout cardboard guide designed to be a quick reference guide on the use of some common medications in sport. Order copies here.

In 2017, Drug Free Sport NZ launched 'Good Clean Sport - Youth', an in-school workshop for top performing high school athletes. This resource accompanies the workshop and aims to help athletes and support personnel to be informed about clean sport.

Download the Good Clean Sport - Youth pamphlet here

Order multiple copies here

Download the Parent's Guide here

This resource is distributed in our school workshops or development seminars where parents are in attendance and includes information which reinforces healthy athletic development and prevents the use of performance enhancing substances. It also covers topics of healthy sport culture, nutrition, the risks of supplements and doping risk factors.

2-time Olympic  Gold Medalist Eric Murray encourages all athletes to make good decisions in sport.

Click here to download an A3 copy of this poster.

Order copies here

Olympian Nikki Hamblin promotes clean sport and the importance of the spirit of sport.  Click here to download an A3 copy of this poster.

Click here to download an A3 copy of this poster.

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Former Paralympian Dan Buckingham recommends that all athletes to check their medications with DFSNZ before taking them.

Click here to download an A3 copy of this poster.

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Club rugby player Rhys Pedersen would like all athletes to know the Sports Anti-Doping Rules to them, regardless of what level they compete at.

Click here to download an A3 copy of this poster.

Order copies here

New Zealand cyclist Toby Atkins encourages athletes to protect sport and if behaviour is suspicious, report it to DFSNZ.

Click here to download an A3 copy of this poster.

Order copies here

 

Download New Zealand's Sports Anti-Doping Rules 2018

 

  The World Anti-Doping Agency's 2015 World Anti-Doping Code
WADA's code which harmonises anti-doping policies, rules and regulations within sport organizations and among public authorities around the world.
 

The World Anti-Doping Agency Prohibited List 2018
A copy of WADA's Prohibited List for 2018 which details the substances which are prohibited in sport. 

 

Glossary of common anti-doping terms
Find out more about a number of commonly used anti-doping terms and phrases.