This section is intended to provide links and resources useful to athletes and support staff at Major Games. If you would like to learn more about a certain topic, fill free to suggest it using the Contact page!
In order to promote a safe, inclusive and abuse free sport environment, Major Games Canada developed guidelines for practitioners to apply in sports setting. Health Services Team members must adhere to those guidelines all time at Major Games.
We encourage health care professionals to familiarize themselves with the Guidelines and apply them in their practice in sports environment at all level, from club to World Championships.
As an athlete, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the guidelines so you know your rights and how you can expect to be respected in medical spaces.
The International Testing Agency (ITA) has made available online a public webinar on the Doping Control process, explaining both the urine sample collection process and the blood sample collection process. The webinar also provides an athlete's perspective, including experiences and tips for athletes and their entourage.
To continue its commitment to improving the knowledge and practice of sports nutrition and sports medicine, worldwide, the Medical and Scientific Commission of the International Olympic Committee now offers postgraduate-level distance learning programs in Sport and Exercise Nutrition, Sports Medicine, Sports Physical Therapies, Mental Health in Elite Sport and Drugs in Sport.
Sportsoracle is responsible for the delivery of the IOC Diploma in Sports Nutrition, the IOC Diploma in Sports Medicine, the IOC Diploma in Sports Physical Therapies, IOC Diploma in Mental Health in Elite Sport, IOC Certificate in Mental Health in Elite Sport and the IOC Certificate in Drugs in Sport.
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