See Abby Raymond tell her story about how a contaminated supplement put her hard work, reputation, and goals in jeopardy.
Category: Athlete Voices
A four-time Olympian, Olympic silver medalist, and New York City Marathon winner, Shalane Flanagan has had a wildly successful career in track and field and could have even more accolades to her name and priceless moments in her memory…if not for athletes who’ve used performance-enhancing drugs to gain an advantage in sport.
Three-time Paralympian Steve Serio talks about how his need for an athletic outlet led him to the Paralympic stage and the evolution in anti-doping.
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.