Meet Greta Neimanas, 2x World Champion who is working to protect the value of sport by helping to ensure that other athletes uphold clean sport and compete with integrity as an anti-doping education athlete presenter for USADA, using her own experiences to help athletes understand anti-doping rules and inspire their commitment to clean sport.
Sometimes, doing something good for your community means climbing stairs on a Saturday morning.
Meet Noah Hoffman, who is supporting fair play for future generations by serving as an anti-doping education athlete presenter for USADA.
When it comes to testing in sport, USADA Doping Control Officers (DCOs) are at events, training centers, homes, and other locations overseeing sample collection sessions. Two of USADA’s most tenured DCOs reflect on their favorite moments and memories from over the years.
Meet USADA Education Manager, Tammy Hanson, whose passion for sport and fair play led her to USADA in 2015. Here, she reflects on the value of sport, the impact of anti-doping efforts, and how USADA is working with athletes to build a culture of clean sport.
Dr. Matt Fedoruk, Chief Science Officer, headed to Korea for the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games as a member of the IPC Anti-Doping Committee. Catch a glimpse of some behind the scenes photos of his time supporting the doping control team at the Games.
Long-time doping control officer (DCO), Gary Robbins, got the opportunity of a lifetime to serve as a DCO at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. After the Games, Gary took a few minutes to reflect on his experience both at the Games and in the field.
Joanna Latham Supports Doping Control at 2018 Paralympic Games in PyeongChang Journeying more than 7,000 miles across all of North America and the Pacific Ocean is not for the faint of heart. Neither is spending hours in single-digit weather and whipping winds to first notify an athlete that they have to provide a sample, and…
Three ways anti-doping agencies can embrace transparency & build trust with their constituents, possibly impacting the effectiveness of detection & deterrence strategies.
Following his retirement in November 2016, USADA’s longtime Chief Science Officer Larry Bowers continues to be recognized for his critical contributions to anti-doping science, most recently with the 2017 Endocrine Society Laureate Outstanding Public Service Award. This prestigious award honors those who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to public service or awareness in the field of…