Drug Free Sport launches Clean Sport 101

Help keep sport Kiwi by taking the 101

Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ) is encouraging club level sports people to “take the 101” and learn how the sports anti-doping rules apply to them. Launched today and supported by a social media campaign fronted by former All Black and DFSNZ Board Member Keven Mealamu, Paralympian Hamish McLean, and Olympians Eliza McCartney and Caitlin Ryan, Clean Sport 101 is DFSNZ’s newest online education programme. Clean Sport 101 was developed in collaboration with the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) and the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

Key Clean Sport 101 information

  • Topics include the Anti-Doping Rules, potential risks to athletes including supplement use, examples of how athletes can best fuel their bodies and what a ban from sport actually means
  • The course is simple, easy to understand and only takes 15 minutes to complete
  • Athletes will login via the DFSNZ e-Learning platform