Education & Awareness
We have responsibility to protect the rights of “clean” and “honest” athletes and to promote “fair play” at all levels of the sport.
Education and Awareness is one of the four pillars in the BWF Integrity Framework which was developed in 2018. This framework describes the elements to protect the integrity of our sport and prevent doping, match manipulation, illegal betting and sports corruption.
The four pillars are 1) the Rules System, 2) Education & Awareness, 3) Monitoring and Investigations and 4) Judicial Processes.
At the centre of the framework are the Athletes & Entourage – including other athlete support personnel – those who work with, support and influence athletes in training, competition and in their daily lives.
BWF’s Anti-Doping Education Programme
BWF has a number of groups it is target for formal education and awareness programmes in 2022. These are:
- New players on the Registered Testing Pool (RTP) / Testing Pool (TP).
- Players coming back from a period of suspension.
- Junior Players / support personnel – BWF World Junior Championships.
- Para badminton players / support personnel – BWF Para badminton World Junior Championships
Designated Events – Compulsory Education Requirements
Under Clause 17.2 of the BWF Anti-Doping Regulations, BWF has selected the following events where players must complete anti-doping educational activities before they participate in the event.
This means that every player must complete an anti-doping education course before they arrive the Championships. This is a mandatory requirement in order to participate.
Athlete support personnel (coaches and team managers) will be strongly encouraged to complete similar programmes before the designated Championships).
- BWF World Junior Championships 2022 / 2023 / 2024
- BWF Para Badminton World Championships 2022 / 2024