06 April 2021
Baltic federations embrace I Run Clean
Although the Baltic nations of Latvia and Estonia are hardly among Europe’s largest countries, the athletics federations in the two are playing outsized roles in the promotion of European Athletics’ I Run Clean anti-doping education programme and providing leadership examples for other federations in the fight against doping in sport.
10 March 2021
Torun entries push I Run Clean to user milestone
European Athletics’ I Run Clean anti-doping e-learning platform irunclean.org has topped more 20,000 registered users thanks in part to athletes signing up in advance of last weekend’s European Athletics Indoor Championships in Torun, Poland.
22 February 2022
Ambassadors promote I Run Clean in Sofia
The 2021 campaign to promote European Athletics’ I Run Clean anti-doping education programme to the coming generation of young athletes was kicked off in style by a crew of volunteers at the Balkan U20 Indoor Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 13 February.
Five young ambassadors who have been selected for training to lead I Run Clean workshops in Bulgaria later this year joined a crew of local volunteers to provide information about the programme and its e-learning website to the more than 300 athletes from 17 countries taking part in the event.
11 December 2020
La Sorbonne Students boost I Run Clean Anti-Doping Education Project
Students from the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris have completed a real-life practical experience in the sport sector.
The 48 Master’s degree candidates presented strategic and tactical communication recommendations for the I Run Clean Project.
21 October 2020
Workshops kick off I Run Clean dissemination
Project team managers Jean Gracia and Bill Glad today initiated dissemination and promotion activities for European Athletics’ I Run Clean anti-doping education project by delivering two videoconference workshops to a total of 67 representatives of 33 national athletics federations.
The workshops were part of European Athletics’ first-ever E-Convention, staged as a replacement for the organisation’s annual in-person convention, which was cancelled due to restrictions for combatting the spread of Covid-19.
16 October 2020
La Sorbonne Nouvelle Students to Work on I Run Clean Communications
Forty-eight students from the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris will spend the next two months developing communications strategy recommendations to support European Athletics’ I Run Clean anti-doping education programme.
The assignment is a key element of a three-year European Union-funded project to create additional modules for the I Run Clean e-learning platform, develop volunteer-delivered anti-doping workshops and then disseminate the programme to new audience groups across Europe.
27 August 2020
The I Run Clean project presented during the e-Young Leaders Forum
Jean GRACIA, President of ADAE, took part in the e-Young Leaders Forum organised byEuropean Athletics and Paris Athle 2020 to present the I Run Clean project.
The young leaders of tomorrow's athletics and all of the athletics volunteers were informed that they can take part in its success by becoming an ambassador.
17 April 2020
The I Run Clean transnational meetings continue during lockdowns
Scheduled in Madrid then Rome, the transnational meetings 2 and 3 of the I Run Clean working group continue remotely by videoconferences.
01 February 2020
Kick-off meeting of the I Run Clean Project
The project to expand European Athletics’ I Run Clean anti-doping education programme is officially up and running after 16 representatives from the 10 partner organisations completed their kick-off meeting in Paris today.
Chaired by Jean Gracia, European Athletics Council member and president of the Agency for the Development of Athletics in Europe (ADAE), which together with European Athletics will lead the three-year project funded by the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme, the meeting covered the general strategy as well as the operational and administrative procedures for the project.
31 January 2020
Coordination meeting of Erasmus + projects
The Agency for the Development of Athletics in Europe was present in Brussels for Sport Infoday 2020 and the coordination meeting of the winning Erasmus + projects, including the I Run Clean project.
This meeting was also an opportunity to meet the representatives of the executive agency of the European Commission responsible for monitoring the project.
An overview of the main activities of the I Run Clean Project
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