AIMS and ITA would like to invite you to the March monthly webinar is dedicated to “Consequences of doping part 2: effects on others”.
When we think of consequences of doping, we often only consider the consequences to the person who doped. But doping has a ripple effect and has significant consequences for others including the athlete’s family members and teammates, other athletes, and the sport.
In part 2 of this webinar mini-series, delivered in collaboration with the University of Birmingham (UK), we will take a look at some of these consequences for others, including through the eyes of double Olympic medalist Christine Girard OLY, who was awarded both of her medals retrospectively.
We invite all athletes and their support personnel to join us and Dr Philip Hurst, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology, Canterbury Christ Church University, in this interactive webinar to consider and understand the consequences of doping for others.
We will leave time at the end of the session to answer your questions live.
As always, we are pleased to deliver these webinars in English with simultaneous translation to five additional languages as part of this mini-series – Arabic (العربي), Spanish (español), French (français), Russian (русский), and Mandarin Chinese (普通话).
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Topic: Consequences of doping part 2: effects on others
Registration link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RE1FbeVxSTColXfLJdg_GQ
Event date: Tuesday 28 March, 14:00 – 15:00 CET
Christine Girard OLY, ITA Education Ambassador
Dr Philip Hurst, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology – Canterbury Christ Church University
Moderator: Nikki Hamblin OLY, ITA Education Team