1. IOC TOOLKIT FOR SAFEGUARDING.
"This toolkit aims to assist National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and International Federations (IFs) in the development of policies and procedures to safeguard athletes from harassment and abuse in sport."
2. SAFE SPORT GUIDELINES.
Report a Concern, Locate Disciplinary Records, and Access Resources for Victims of Sexual Misconduct, Regarding Former Board Member, Resources for Parents.
3. OLYMPIC AGENDA 2020: 20 + 20 RECOMMENDATIONS.
"The 40 detailed recommendations are like individual pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, which when put together give us a clear picture of what the future of the Olympic Movement will look like. They give us a clear vision of where we are headed and how we can protect the uniqueness of the Games and strengthen Olympic values in society."
READ OLYMPIC AGENDA 2020.
4. BASIC UNIVERSAL PRINCIPALS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE.
"All members of the Olympic Movement should adopt, as their minimum standard, the basic Universal Principles of Good Governance of the Olympic Movement, as proposed by the IOC"
READ THE BASIC UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLES.
5. MCLAREN REPORT PART I.
"Dear President Reedie:
I, as the independent person, have completed the enclosed report, dated 16 July 2016, which is submitted to you pursuant to the terms of the reference that established the independent investigation. This report fulfills partially the mandate of the independent person. I appreciate having had the opportunity to be of service. Yours truly...
READ THE MCLAREN REPORT PART I.
6. MCLAREN REPORT PART II.
"The key findings of the 1st report remain unchanged. The forensic testing, which is based on immutable facts, is conclusive. The evidence does not depend on verbal testimony to draw a conclusion. Rather, it tests the physical evidence and a conclusion is drawn from those results..."
READ THE MCLAREN REPORT PART II.
7. PARENT'S GUIDE TO SUPPORT CLEAN SPORT.
"Specifically designed for parents of athletes, this education resource is intended to inform them about essential topics so that they can assist with clean athlete development by preventing the use of substances and methods prohibited in sport."
8. WADA's 2018 LIST OF PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES AND METHODS.
"For a substance or method to be added to the List, it must be determined that it meets two of the following three criteria: 1. it has the potential to enhance or enhances sport performance; 2. it represents an actual or potential health risk to the athletes; or, 3. it violates the spirit of sport."
9. WADA's 2019 LIST OF PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES AND METHODS.
"The List, which is one of six International Standards that are mandatory for all Signatories of the World Anti-Doping Code (Code), designates what substances and methods are prohibited both in- and out-of-competition, and which substances are banned in particular sports."
10. LA84 FOUNDATION’S YOUTH SPORTS SURVEY, 2018
"The survey measures progress in the effort to make youth sports available to all young people in our community. The report updates and expands the foundation’s inaugural 2016 survey. The 2018 report presents a comprehensive view of youth sports in Los Angeles County, detailing participation rates, types of play, locations, sport participant profiles, and total player projections, while highlighting changes to the youth sports landscape since 2016."