UK Anti-Doping's Clean Sport Week

25th May 2018

Clean Sport Week 2018 (21-27 May) celebrates clean athletes and the hard work that goes into their success. BASES is committed to supporting sport and exercise science practitioners to actively contribute to clean sport through their own actions and the actions of the athletes they support.

To demonstrate this commitment, BASES recently renewed its Strategic Partnership with UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) outlining a series of shared objectives and initiatives that we will be working together on over the next 3 years, co-ordinated and supported by the BASES Clean Sport Interest Group.

Why not mark Clean Sport Week by reading (or re-reading!) the BASES Expert Statement on Inadvertent Doping in Sport - the first of a series of expert statements, position stands and articles planned over the next three years to provide practical guidance and support to practitioners who provide support services to athletes.

You can also register now for next month’s BASES-HK webinar - Moving beyond the athlete: a call to take action on the dopogenic environment - in which Professor Sue Backhouse FBASES will explore the nature and extent of the ‘dopogenic environment’ in sport and ask whether this calls into question the legitimacy of the current anti-doping system.

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BASES stands for the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences. BASES is the professional body for sport and exercise sciences in the UK.

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