If you are competing at a high level domestically, then anti-doping should be a feature of your everyday athlete life.
At this level you may play for a professional team in a national league, be in a regional or national training squad - and may be receiving World Class Performance funding from UK Sport. You may already be part of a Registered Testing Pool, included in the National TUE Pool for your sport or been tested.
As you progress through the athlete pathway, anti-doping can become more complicated and you need to ensure you are protecting yourself from the risks of inadvertent doping.
You, like all other athletes, must have a firm commitment to train and compete clean – and our '100% me' education programmes are here to help you.