Below is a summary of the anti-doping activities for the year that GB Boxing have completed.

Clean Sport Education Strategy and Implementation Plan

2022 sees the introduction of our new anti-doping strategy. Our mission for the next 2 years is to protect the integrity of clean sport within GB Boxing.

Our education strategy aims to target key anti-doping topics, in line with UKADs clean sport curriculum in conjunction with our sport specific needs. These topics will cover; principles and values of clean sport, strict liability, rights and responsibilities of boxers, coaches and ASP, consequence of doping, anti-doping rule violations, the prohibited list, supplements, mediations & TUEs, the testing process, testing pools and ADAMS, how to report doping, substances of abuse.

Coaches and ASP will also have specific education opportunities specific to their role relating to anti-doping with GB Boxing.

 Education

At the end of 2021, 100% of GB Boxers had either received Clean Sport 1, Clean Sport 2, or a Refresher education session.

11 Boxers, 5 coaches and 9 Athlete Support Personnel attended a Tokyo Games Ready session, as per UKADs eligibility requirements.

All Boxers, Coaches and Athlete Support Personnel received information regarding the prohibited list changes for 2022.

GB Boxing have also worked in partnership with Sheffield International Venues (SIV) to reinforce key anti-doping messages around the facility.

 Compliance

At the date of this report (7/9/2021), GB Boxing had satisfied 66% of UKADs Assurance Framework. With 66% of evidence having been accepted, 11% under review and 23% still in progress.

 Testing

The table below shows the number of successful tests completed by UKAD on GB Boxers. This table will be continually updated as and when the data is available.

Date

In-Competition

Out of competition

Total

July – September, 2020

18

18

October – December, 2020

22

22

January March, 2021

16

16

April June, 2021

17

17

Total

 

73