Two-time Paralympian Tyler Cater took some time to speak with USADA about how he approaches competing clean & cannabinoids as a busy athlete based in Colorado.
A 4x Olympian in the sport of skeleton, Katie Uhlaender knows what it means to fight for her dreams. She also knows what it feels like to have those dreams clouded by questions of whether she has had access to a level playing field.
Being successful in sport and in life means doing the work and doing the right thing regardless of who’s watching or not. Veronica Day shares what it mean to avoid shortcuts in sport and in anti-doping.
Kara Wingers shares her experience with testing and explains the importance of why athletes should know and employ their rights and responsibilities.
Stephen Garbett sits down with USADA to share his athletic journey as well as his experiences with injury and recovery, all while navigating the his anti-doping responsibilities.
As a long-time athlete & coach, Olympian, David Plummer, reflects on his experiences with anti-doping & the importance of a global push for clean sport.
Since the beginning, Diggins has defined integrity as always doing the right thing, even when no one else is watching. It’s a lesson she’s lived by without compromise while chasing her Olympic dreams in cross-country skiing. That dedication led her to win a historic gold medal in the team sprint at the 2018 Winter Games. It was the first gold medal the United States has ever won in the sport.
Hear from Lowell Bailey, 4x Olympian and 2017 IBU World Champion about his experiences in sport and the next steps in the fight for clean sport.
The fight for clean sport is one that must be fought from every angle, from the athletes who shape the culture and demand accountability, to the scientists who advance testing and detection methods, to the sports leaders who choose to put athletes’ rights and a level playing field above all else.
Track and field athlete Alysia Montaño knows what it feels like to miss out on once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Even though she has solidified her reputation as one of the top 800m competitors in the world, with seven USA titles and a fifth place finish at the 2012 Olympics, her running career never reached the heights it might have had she been competing on a level playing field.