Team BC strongly embraces the concept of Fair Play in Sport, and unequivocally opposes cheating which includes the use of substances and methods banned by the International Olympic Committee and the World Anti-Doping Agency.
As Team BC athletes embark upon this next step in their athletic journey at the Canada Games, it is important to highlight the responsibilities that each athlete carries as a representative of their province and their respective sport. Through the support of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, Team BC offers all athletes, coaches, and support staff, access to free on-line drug education.
2017 Canada Summer Games
All Team BC 2017 Canada Summer Games athletes, coaches, and support staff must complete this free online drug education program through the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport to be eligible to participate in the Canada Summer Games.
For athletes, coaches, and support staff that have previously completed CCES training through another avenue (ie: NSO, PSO, College/University), please submit an email to Team BC Medical Manager, Philippe Saucier, including your name, sport, and scanned copy of CCES certificate.
Please follow the instructions below to complete your CCES True Sport Clean 101 course.
COMPLETION DATE: July 7, 2017
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport is pleased to invite you to complete the e-learning
course True Sport Clean 101.
This years’ mandatory version of the course is untracked, so it is the responsibility of each PSO/team to ensure that every athlete completes the course and provides Team BC with a copy of the certificate
. Athletes will receive a certificate once they complete the True Sport Clean Quiz at the end of the course.
The Course can be accessed at the following links: