Beijing 2022

Anti-Doping Education

Information on the anti-doping education for athletes, athlete support personnel and coaches working towards the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. 

 

The facts - what you need to know

  • All long-listed athletes, coaches and support personnel must complete anti-doping education as part of UKAD's Major Games Education Programme before attending Beijing 2022.

What that means for me

Long-listed athletes

  • First-time Games athletes must complete a Clean Sport 1 workshop
  • Second-time Games athletes must complete a Clean Sport 2 workshop*
  • Multiple Games athletes must complete a Clean Sport Refresher or Clean Sport 1 workshop*

*You must evidence that you have completed the equivalent Clean Sport workshops or equivalent sessions within the allocated time frame (2 years for Second-time Games athletes and 2-4 years for Multiple Games athletes).

Short-listed athletes

Short-listed athletes will be invited to attend a Clean Games Education Workshop delivered by UKAD or by a UKAD Accredited Educator. You must attend this workshop. It provides key anti-doping information relevant to Beijing 2022.

Athlete Support Personnel

  • Long-listed athlete support personnel must complete the UKAD Clean Sport Advisor or Introduction to Clean Sport eLearning course on UKAD's Clean Sport Hub
  • The course expiry date must cover the period of the games

Please be aware the Clean Sport Advisor course is currently only valid until 31/3/2022.

  • Selected athlete support personnel must complete a UKAD Clean Games Education workshop.This workshop provides key anti-doping information relevant to Beijing 2022.

Coaches

  • Long-listed coaches must complete the UKAD Coach Clean eLearning course on UKAD's Clean Sport Hub
  • The course expiry date must cover the period of the games

Please be aware personal coaches will be expected to complete these education requirements as well.

  • Selected coaches must complete a UKAD Clean Games Education workshop. This workshop provides key anti-doping information relevant to Beijing 2022.

On completion of your anti-doping education

Squeaky the duck
UKAD Clean Sport Mascot Squeaky the duck


All athletes who successfully complete the Major Games Education Programme will receive UKAD’s Clean Sport Mascot, Squeaky to take with them to Beijing 2022. Meet Squeaky the duck and learn about the key messages of Clean Sport behind this campaign.

What you should do next

Stay aware of your responsibilities to compete clean:

  1. Download the 100% me Clean Sport app on Android and IOS
  2. Complete the required level of pre-Games Clean Sport education
  3. Read the updated 2022 Prohibited List
  4. Check the status of your medications on Global DRO
  5. Keep a record of any medications on the 100% me Clean Sport App
  6. Determine whether it is necessary to apply for a TUE
  7. Visit UKAD’s Supplements Hub to review any supplements