Principles and Values associated with clean sport seek to maintain the integrity of sport in terms of respect for rules, other competitors, fair competition, a level playing field, and the value of clean sport to the world.
In its mission to stand with athletes to champion their right to clean sport, inspire true and healthy sport, and promote the integrity of sport, UZNADA is unwavering in its belief that every athlete has the right to compete on a clean and level playing field, free from the pressures and influences of performance-enhancing drugs. To protect the rights and integrity of clean sport we ask you to help us to find or to report any kind of activities related to doping. If you have any info about a suspicious action that’s related to doping or if you know someone who is promoting doping, please provide us with more detailed information on our website’s main page. All the information about you will remain anonymous. Thank you for your cooperation in advance.
Values associated with Clean Sport
Anti-doping programs are founded on the intrinsic value of sport. This intrinsic value is often referred to as “the spirit of sport”: the ethical pursuit of human excellence through the dedicated perfection of each Athlete’s natural talents.
Anti-doping programs seek to protect the health of Athletes and to provide the opportunity for Athletes to pursue human excellence without the Use of Prohibited Substances and Prohibited Methods.
Anti-doping programs seek to maintain the integrity of sport in terms of respect for rules, other competitors, fair competition, a level playing field, and the value of clean sport to the world.
The spirit of sport is the celebration of the human spirit, body and mind. It is the essence of Olympism and is reflected in the values we find in and through sport, including:
-Ethics, fair play and honesty
-Athletes’ rights as set forth in the Code
-Excellence in performance
-Character and Education
-Fun and joy
-Dedication and commitment
-Respect for rules and laws
-Respect for self and other Participants
-Community and solidarity