On 10 November, the 5th Annual Forum for Anti-Doping in Recreational Sport took place in Brussels, Belgium, and was broadcast live to participants from all over Europe.
The Forum, an initiative from the FAIR and now FAIR+ projects, has become one of the most relevant occasions for European anti-doping experts, institutions and stakeholders to come together and discuss current and developing policies. Over the years, it has contributed to raising the awareness of policy makers about doping in recreational sport as societal and public health concerns, solving the lack of co-operation at EU level in the doping policy, and establishing a network for sharing ideas and good practices among sport and anti-doping stakeholders.
Watch the replay below or on YouTube.
Among insightful discussions led by experts in the field, this 5th Forum provided an opportunity for the FAIR+ team to unveil the results of the largest survey of recreational athletes' doping habits, revealing that less than 0.5% of the anonymous survey respondents replied that they used banned substances.
Learn more about the survey.
The FAIR+ project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and led by EuropeActive, with a team comprising partners such as Cyprus Anti-Doping Authority, Doping Authority Netherlands, Anti-Doping Norway, and TAFISA. You can learn more about FAIR+ here.
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