The World Curling Federation will be delivering an Anti-Doping Outreach Programme at the World Junior Curling Championships 2023 from 24-28 February to promote clean sport.
During the championship, athletes, coaches and support personnel will have the chance to visit the Outreach Booth promoting #CurlClean and take part in fun, educational activities. Athletes are invited to pledge their loyalty to the clean sport movement by signing the Clean Sport Pledge.
Photographs and videos can be posted on social media during the championship to promote hashtags #CurlClean and #PlayTrue.
#CurlClean logos will be inserted in-ice.
Outreach programmes build awareness among athletes, coaches and support personnel to the dangers and consequences of doping; and relates to athletes’ rights and responsibilities under the World Anti-Doping Code.
Outreach activities focus on creating a positive experience with anti-doping, increasing visibility at events to enhance understanding, and providing an outlet for athletes and support personnel to engage with anti-doping organisations’ staff. Questions or concerns can then be addressed. Outreach can help to create positive attitudes towards anti-doping.
Engage with the World Curling Federation in the lead up to the World Junior Curling Championships 2023 on TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Weibo and by searching the hashtags #WJCC2023 #curling