A WADA-Commissioned study on coaches’ perspectives on anti-doping has highlighted the influence a coach can have on an athlete’s views.
The study conducted in Scotland found that the country’s anti-doping record is heavily linked to coaches’ anti-doping attitudes. It was also found that many coaches lacked knowledge around anti-doping and for some it was a low priority due to the established anti-doping culture in the UK.
Click here to read more on this influence that was considered by WADA in the revised World Anti-Doping Code, which will take effect from January 1, 2015.

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