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CONSIDERATIONS TO EDUCATE ATHLETES AT EACH STAGE OFYOUR SPORTS DEVELOPMENT

Considerations for big games or big championships

Educate athletes who return after a suspension

Educate athletes in a GRC

International level athletes

National level athletes

Talented athletes

Young athletes

Children and school sports

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Remember how we previously talked about the importance of considering the athlete's career?Click on each level to find out the type of activities recommended to teach the 4 components in education, depending on each level.

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International Level Athletes

National Level Athletes

Talented athletes

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Youth athletes

Children and school sports

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Components of education
Some of the components in education can be addressed with activities with the children and others with the PAD (parents and teachers). Hover your cursor over the boxes to see activity recommendations with each group.

The incorporation of the 4 components in the education of children

Components of education
Some of the components in education can be addressed with activities with young people and others with the PAD (parents and teachers). Hover your cursor over the boxes to see activity recommendations with each group.

The incorporation of the 4 components in the education of young athletes

Code of conduct for members of sports clubs including reference to the protection of clean sport

Educación antidopaje

Information provision

Sensitization

Values-based education

Club coach

eLearning course onsports behaviorethical.

Network campaignsocial feedinghealthy in sport.

Dissemination in school sports competitions to raise awareness about sports values ​​and healthy eating.

Downloadable resourcesfor teachers to use on school sports day or equivalent.

¿What is sportclean? Digital download.

Coaches guide fordevelop athletesethics The coaches section on the website What is clean sport? Digital download

Teachers' guide to developing ethical athletes What is clean sport? Digital download.

Parent's guide todeveloping ethical athletes Parents' guide to healthy eating in sport What is clean sport?Digital download.

eLearning course.

Teachers

Parents

Educational activities for PAD that influences young athletes

Educational activities for young athletes

Incorporate the four components in the education of young athletes

The Four Components

Instagram Story.

Anti-doping education

Play Fair campaign with social media digital assets to join.

“Food comes first” social media campaign.Outreach initiatives at talent camps.

Introduction to Tuesday's Fact Sheet "Know the Rules" All About the Banned List.

“Food First” social media campaign.

eLearning -introduction to clean sport for deputies.

Informational page"Know therules"

Clean Sport Fundamentals Guide/Application.

“Food comes first” social media campaign.Outreach campaigns in talent camps.

eLearning -introduction toclean sportfor coaches.

In-person workshop -Welcome to clean sport for talented athletes in an official/formal talent development program

A Parent's Guide to Basic Nutrition in Sport Parenting Session on the Parenting Website

Information provision

Guide to support sports talents for teachers

eLearning -introduction to clean sport for parents

What is antidoping?Information sheet for teachers.

Code of conduct for parents In-person workshop for parents of talented athletes.

Sensitization

Values-based education

Coaches

Medical Professionals

Teachers

Parents

Educational activities for PAD that influences talented athletes

Educational activities for talented athletes

Incorporate the four components in the education of talented athletes

The Four Components

Network campaignsocial: I support sportclean because...

Anti-doping education

Code of conduct forthe trainers.

Video about himcontrols procedureCampaign to denouncedoping on social networks.

Code of conduct formedical staff.

Complaint campaignof doping in the networkssocial.

Dissemination in national high-risk sports championships Video on the control procedureCampaign reportsocial networks against doping.

Being the representative of an athlete at a control - information sheet.

In-person workshop formedical professionals whoThey work in sports.

Video about the control procedure. Doping reporting campaign on social networksVideo - risks with supplements.

Being the representative of an athlete at a control - information sheet.

Introduction to the fight against doping at an international level - fact sheet Tips to get clean and stay clean - information sheet.

Information provision

eLearning – Workshopin person Welcome tocontrol group.

Sensitization

Values-based education

Sports administrators

Medical staff

Coaches

Educational activities for the PAD that influences athletes at the national level

Educational activities for athletes nationwide

Incorporate the four components in the education of athletes at the national level

The Four Components

Social Media CampaignInstagram Stories.

Coaches

Case studies/blogs from other athletes.

Mobile application.

Video - Coach explains how athletes are helped with their anti-doping responsibilities.

A guide to managing anti-doping in the national team.

In-person workshop with NOC/CPN staff responsible for bringing a team to the Games.

Anti-doping education

Information provision

Sports guide.

eLearning coursefor athletes whoThey go to the Games.

Video - risks of supplements.

eLearning course for medical professionals who go to the Games.

Sensitization

Values-based education

NOC/CPN administrators

Medical staff

Agents/directors

Educational activities for PAD that influences athletes internationally

Educational activities for athletes at an international level

Incorporate the four components in the education of athletes at an international level

The Four Components

We suggest adding tips about:

    • "Celebratory activities" to remind athletes that they are under anti-doping rulesand who are always models to follow.
    • Values ​​and how to win with integrity.

  • Whereabouts requirements.
  • Controls: the process, who can perform controls, types of controls, controls equipment.
  • Rules, including the Roster and any sport-specific additions.
  • TUE: what to do and how to get one if necessary during the competition.

Considerations for big games or big championships

  • Where to report intelligence or suspicions of doping.
  • What happens if anti-doping rules are violated and the possible consequences, including anyspecific consequence in team events.

Key dates, for example:

    • Games/championship period
    • When the jurisdiction changes.
    • Periods in and out of competition.

Major games or championships covering regional, continental and international sporting events require that athletes and Athlete Support Personnel (ASPs) have already received training on the fundamental principles of anti-doping (article 18.2 of the Code). In this context, the focus should be directed towards the specific anti-doping rules and procedures of the games, championships or cups.It is crucial to have an up-to-date copy of the competition's anti-doping regulations and review them thoroughly to identify key information that athletes and the PAD need to know. This process usually covers aspects such as:

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