USADA has launched a program that gives office staff members the opportunity to also work as Doping Control Officers (DCOs).
Category: USADA Voices
Olympic curler Tyler George hopes to help athletes view anti-doping as a shared responsibility that can lead to a level playing field for all athletes.
Amanda Elmore impresses the importance of a level playing field on the next generation of elite athletes as a USADA Anti-Doping Education Athlete Presenter.
Scott Davern wants to help USADA continually reach more athletes and make e-learning increasingly effective, while also finding new ways to connect with athletes.
USADA staff members are committed to giving back to their communities in a variety of capacities and with various organizations in Colorado and beyond.
After a long career as a successful 400m hurdler, Lashinda Demus is now working to make that sport better by tackling doping.
Now retired, Olympic Swimmer Andrew Gemmell is channeling his commitment to clean sport to advocate for a level playing field and help the next generation of swimmers compete the right way in his role as an Anti-Doping Education Athlete Presenter with USADA.