BASES is committed to promoting clean sport and works in partnership with UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) to ensure that the integrity of sport is protected. The use of performance-enhancing drugs and doping behaviour severely damages the legitimacy of sport.
BASES and UKAD have developed a Strategic Partnership Agreement that defines the roles and responsibilities of each organisation in promoting clean sport and raising awareness of issues relating to doping and performance-enhancing drugs.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) is the national anti-doping agency for the UK, dedicated to protecting a culture of clean sport – it achieves this through implementing education and testing programmes, gathering and developing intelligence and prosecuting those found to have committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation.
UKAD is responsible for ensuring sports bodies in the UK are compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code through the implementation and management of the UK’s National Anti-Doping Policy.
The BASES Clean Sport Interest Group (CSIG) is a forum for researchers, practitioners and policy makers, established with the aim of promoting increased knowledge and awareness of the roles and responsibilities of athlete support personnel (ASP) in relation to Clean Sport.
For more information about the activities of the BASES CSIG and to find out how you can get involved, visit the CSIG Members' page.
The UKAD Anti-Doping Advisor Course is for anyone wishing to become a UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) Accredited Advisor. An Advisor plays an essential role in informing athletes and athlete support personnel (ASP) about the values of clean sport and important anti-doping information.
BASES works with UKAD to support the development of educational resources and guidance for athletes and athlete support personnel (ASP). The UKAD website hosts a wide range of resources, tailored around different roles within sport:
If you are looking for advice, guidance or resources on specific topics, please see the links below: