Drugs in Sport
Illegal drug use in sport is a social, health and legal problem that needs to be addressed in accordance with protocols established between Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority [ASADA], State Sporting Bodies and the Victorian Police Force.
As a Regional Sports Academy the BSA is governed by State and National bodies and it is a requirement that all athletes have a thorough understanding of ASADA and drugs in sport.
BSA ASADA Anti Doping Requirements for Athletes
Compulsory attendance at ASADA Drugs in Sport Education Session on Tuesday 8th August. This session is conducted by BSA partner BioLAB and is a highly interactive and thought provoking session run out of their state of the art facility.
Completion of Online Level 1 Course and provision of certificate of completion to Chelsey by Thursday 31st August
Step by step instructions on how to complete the Level 1 Course can be found on the ASADA website www.asada.gov.au .
(Education - Asada E Learning - Register for ASADA E Learning - Level 1 Anti Doping Course)