Help ensure cycling is clean
For everybody to have a fair chance of succeeding in their chosen sport, that sport must be clean at all levels: from athletes, through to their supporting staff and administration. As part of the UCI’s continued fight against doping, we are giving everyone an opportunity to report any circumstance they feel may constitute a violation of the World Anti-Doping Code.
All e-mails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be treated confidentially by staff of the Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF), the independent body mandated by the UCI to plan and carry out anti-doping activities in cycling. Information or suspicion can also be share with CADF via a separate form available on CADF’s website.
Thank you for your contribution to a clean sport of cycling.
British cyclist Toby Atkins was confronted with a proposition to dope while training in Europe last year. Eighteen months on, he was guest speaker at the #IRideClean conference organised during the 2016 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships. He talked to riders and staff about his experience, his reactions and the decisions he took. Here is his story: