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Interactive webinar part of UKAD's Clean Sport Week

England Boxing is proud to reaffirm our commitment to clean sport by backing UK Anti-Doping’s (UKAD’s) Clean Sport Week campaign.

UKAD mascot brought to life in campaign to support athletes' competition prep

UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has launched a new campaign to promote clean sport education ahead of the Tokyo games, through Squeaky, its anti-doping mascot.

Be aware of boxing’s new anti-doping rules for 2021

England Boxing has brought in new anti-doping rules, issued by WADA and UKAD, that came into place from 1st January 2021.

World Anti-Doping Code changes and 2021 Prohibited List

Boxers looking to compete in 2021 are encouraged to make themselves aware of important changes to the World Anti-Doping Code and 2021 Prohibited Substances List.

UKAD urging more to share doping in sport concerns

UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has today (16th November) launched a new campaign to encourage more people to come forward and share their concerns about doping in sport called Protect Your Sport.

Boxers urged to refresh anti-doping awareness

England Boxing Chief Executive Officer Gethin Jenkins has urged all boxers to take extra care to ensure they stay clean and follow anti-doping regulations at all times.

England Boxing backing Clean Sport Week 2020

England Boxing is supporting UK Anti-Doping’s ‘Clean in Quarantine’ campaign as part of Clean Sport Week 2020.