For us all to enjoy another fantastic weekend of rowing please remember, National Schools’ Regatta rejects any form of cheating and expects the same from our competitors. As an athlete you have a responsibility to help us maintain our culture of fair play. We only reward those who share our values of fair competition, dedication and performance.
Clean Sport Statement
The National Schools' Regatta is committed to fair-play and clean sport. Athletes, coaches, schools' and clubs and bound and must abide by the World Anti-Doping Agency Code. Any athlete entering this competition will be deemed to have consented to give consent to be tested. To understand more about anti-doping, the rules and your responsibilities, please go to www.britishrowing.org/antidoping or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is hard to beat the feeling of crossing the line first. It is what we all get out of bed on those cold winter mornings to prepare for. The hard work and dedication shown to compete at NSR is enough for all our competitors to be proud.
For more information regarding clean sport and the UK Anti-Doping Agency campaign 100% Me.
What you should do:
Attend education sessions when they are available
Make sure you know if you are bound by the Anti-Doping Rules of your sport
Follow UK Anti-Doping on Twitter at @ukantidoping to stay up to date with the latest news
What if you need Medication or take Supplements?
Tell your doctor that you are an athlete and drug testing can happen at any British Regatta. Go to Global Drugs Reference Online: https://www.globaldro.com/Home before taking any supplements or medication.
Support staff: www.ukad.org.uk/coaches