We challenge all junior athletes competing in the 2018 Australian Junior Athletics Championships to create a video with the theme ‘I COMPETE CLEAN’.
Post your video to Instagram and use our hashtags #competeclean & #ThisIsAthletics
There’s $2,000 in prize money up for grabs for the winning entries!
Athlete’s must be 13 years of age or over, entries close 25 March 2018.
The road to success as a high performance athlete involves more than just hard work and dedication. It also means making the right decisions every single day.
Complex issues face every aspiring high performance athlete … around the use of illicit drugs, the drinking of alcohol or the taking of supplements.
If you really want to do the right thing then you need to Compete Clean.
'Competing Clean' means you need to be responsible for all decisions you make around your health and well-being both on and off the track.
Athletics prides itself as a sport that competes clean, with our athletes making great ethical decisions. You must consider your own personal responsibilities as an athlete, especially around alcohol and illicit drugs. You also need to know your responsibilities around supplement usage.
With support of the Australian Government run Illicit Drugs in Sport initiative, Athletics Australia has developed Compete Clean - Athletics in Australia’s commitment to a clean sport, encouraged and supported by its athletes to ensure maximum exposure to personal responsibilities to athletes, coaches, and supporting networks.
Athletics Australia has provided the following valuable information to help identify responsibilities and make the right choices.
Athlete produced videos: