Kim Yeon-kyung’s experience of anti-doping… April 14 World Anti-Doping Day

‘Volleyball King’ Kim Yeon-kyung (Heungkuk Life Insurance), former gymnastics national representative Kim Nara, Korea Anti-Doping Commission (KADA) Athlete Commissioner, and former handball national representative Hong Jung-ho, director of KADA, met with promising players and said, ‘Anti-doping tell the story of your experience.

KADA held a meeting on the 28th and introduced the schedule of major events in 2023.

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and KADA not only play the role of inspection agencies in detecting prohibited substances and guiding inspection procedures, but also develop the right values ​​according to the spirit of sports at an early stage to encourage athletes to make ethical choices. We are working on education.

The experiences of players from the national team can be a good textbook.

At the 2023 World Anti-Doping Day ceremony held on April 14 at the Namak Sky Convention in Muan, Jeollanam-do, KADA arranges a time to talk about doping prevention education with former and current players such as Kim Yeon-kyung, Kim Na-ra, and Hong Jeong-ho, as well as Jeonnam weight and high school players and coaches. . 먹튀검증

A KADA official said, “It will be a time to naturally talk with prospective players about how former and current players who have served as national players have dealt with the temptation to doping.”

At the meeting, KADA provided ‘customized education’ for the Korean sports environment, ‘visiting education’ targeting non-adults, targeting young national athletes, and ‘blind spots’ targeting unemployed teams, disabled athletes, and sports clubs that were somewhat marginalized in doping education. ‘Education’ was introduced as a major project to be implemented this year.

KADA, which has recently demonstrated its capabilities as an advanced anti-doping organization, will hold the WADA Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Symposium and International Anti-Doping Seminar in May and June this year as well.

In addition, KADA is preparing to introduce the ‘sports pharmacist system’ in cooperation with the Korean Pharmaceutical Association to reduce cases of unintentional use of banned substances by athletes.