CLEAN SPORT

Together for a fair sport

In association with WADA (the World Anti-Doping Agency) and ITA, the EOC is dedicated to complying with world Clean Sport regulations and helping to educate and inform athletes and coaches about its importance and how to effectively follow Clean Sport requirements.

1. Introduction to anti-doping

In association with WADA (the World Anti-Doping Agency) and ITA, the EOC is dedicated to complying with world Clean Sport regulations and helping to educate and inform athletes and coaches about its importance and how to effectively follow Clean Sport requirements. If you need more information about Clean Sport and how it works with EOC sports events, please contact the EOC Medical and Anti-Doping Commission at: medcom@eurolympic.org

The use of doping substances or doping methods to enhance performance is fundamentally wrong and is detrimental to the spirit of sport. Competing clean is a key principle in preserving the integrity and fairness of sport for the benefit of athletes, coaches and fans alike. However, it also helps to protect your image and, above all, your health. As a clean athlete, you can take pride in your performances. 

To achieve integrity and fairness in sport, a commitment to a clean field of play is critical. The European Olympic Committees seeks to maintain the integrity of the Olympic Movement by running a comprehensive anti-doping program that focuses equally on education/prevention and on testing, with consequent sanctioning of those who break the rules.