Since 2014, WADA and the Anti-Doping community worldwide have celebrated Play True Day, a day dedicated to Clean Sport and to raise awareness among athletes, the sporting public and others about the importance of protecting Clean Sport.
The values of Fair Play and Clean Sport are central to orienteering, and this year we invite all orienteers to take a moment’s reflection and ask themselves: “What does Fair Play mean to you?”.
“For me, Play True means that you can take part in the sport on your own terms. We are all different, but the beauty of sport is the unifying effect it has, and I hope that we can all focus even more on inclusion and equality by Playing True to our own values!” Gustav Bergman
“To me, Play True is about respecting the sport, my competitors and also myself.” Erik Blomgren
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