The objectives of the BFLA are to promote, develop and deliver the sport of athletics in Bulgaria, to manage the competition calendar and the participation of Bulgarian athletes and clubs in international events, to educate technical officials, to fight continuously and definitely against the use of forbidden stimulating substances, strictly obeying the respective articles of IAAF Constitution and Competition Rules.
In the I RUN CLEAN project, the BFLA will be responsible for national-level activities in Bulgaria including recruitment of ambassadors, staging workshops and communications.
Further info: http://www.bfla.org
Expanding European Athletics’ innovative I RUN CLEANTM anti-doping education programme to reach the grassroots of the sport throughout Europe.
“Historically, anti-doping efforts have focused on the detection and deterrence of doping. There is, however, a growing concern that doping is occurring outside the organised sporting system; giving rise to the belief that the misuse of doping agents in recreational sport has become a societal problem and a public health issue that must be addressed.”
European Commission Study on Doping Prevention, 2014
"Since 2017, European Athletics has helped to educate Europe’s high-level athletes about the dangers of doping and making decisions that reflect the true values of sport through our innovative I RUN CLEANTM e-learning platform. But success in this ongoing battle calls for everyone in the athletics community to play their part. With the help of the Erasmus+ programme, our project team is expanding I RUN CLEANTM to reach new target groups and I invite you to log on, experience it for yourself and learn what you can do to keep athletics - Your Sport for Life - safe, fair and clean.”
Interim President, European Athletics
“Education programs shall raise awareness, provide accurate information and develop decision-making capability to prevent the intentional or unintentional anti-doping rule violations and other breaches of the Code.
Education programs and their implementation shall instill personal values and principles that protect the spirit of sport.”
World Anti-Doping Code, 2021
5 October 2021
Young ambassadors set to lead I Run Clean workshops
Forty-one volunteer ambassadors representing six European Athletics Member Federations took part in a three-day training camp in Berlin last weekend (1-3 October) to prepare them to conduct local anti-doping workshops in their own countries.
30 May 2021
Fruitful discussions with the WADA
During the European Athletics Team Championships 2021 in Silesia (Poland),Jean GRACIA met Witold BÁNKA, the president of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The president of the ADAE took the opportunity to discuss the future work in anti-doping and to include the I Run Clean Project as an additional tool.
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.
I RUN CLEANTM is European Athletics’ anti-doping education programme and knowledge base. This state of art e-learning platform helps athletes, and others who love the sport, play their part in the fight against doping.
The I RUN CLEANTM platform is interactive and include self-explanatory video and text as well as questions to confirm your understanding.
When you have finished all eight modules, you will be able to download your I RUN CLEANTM diploma, which will include a unique certification number.
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