Last updated: 25th November 2023 – this page is currently being updated
There will be testing in place at all Major Events – European and World Championships, World University, European and Olympic Games .
Athletes: Athletes are solely responsible for any banned substance they use, attempt to use, or that is found in their system, regardless of how it got there and whether or not they had an intention to cheat. Athletes must:
Athletes selected to compete at World University, European and Olympic Games should expect to have additional requirements to complete training.
Coaches: As announced in September 2019, any coach wishing to accompany a GBR athlete to an FIE event, whether as a personal coach or as a squad coach must have undergone the online anti-doping training course Coach Clean within the last two years. Copies of certificates must be uploaded to Sport80.
Parents: Parents are expected to support our efforts to keep our sport clean. We strongly advise that parents involved in supporting athletes at events undergo the Coach Clean course. All other parents are expected to support efforts to keep sport clean and read the WADA Parents Guide.
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