Support Clean Sport: A BSCG Charity Partner
BSCG Proud to be a Cornerstone Partner of Support Clean Sport and its Clean Cycling Teams
BSCG is pleased to serve as a cornerstone partner of Support Clean Sport, a grassroots initiative of the nonprofit/NGO ADR (Anti-Doping Research), that aims to empower an environment of clean sport and demonstrate that real athletes don’t need to dope to win.
SCS is a proactive vision for the future of clean sport. It is a community based initiative of the non-profit Anti-Doping Research (ADR), headed by renowned sports testing pioneer Dr. Don Catlin. For too long, we believe, the anti-doping community has fought for clean sport through drug testing and research alone, relying on a punitive enforcement-based system to solve the problem.
Many people around the world care about what happens in sport and anti-doping but do not feel they have an opportunity or forum to participate in addressing the issues. SCS enables anyone to be involved in the solution, from athletes, to brands, to scientists, to nutritionists and, yes, to sports fans.
SCS embodies a commitment to a culture of clean sport, which BSCG has long fostered through its trusted network of certified drug free supplements and its efforts to address banned substance issues that impact athletes and the larger consumer environment. SCS brings athletes, coaches, health and nutrition experts, drug-testing professionals, concerned companies and other interested parties together to enable and celebrate real athletes.
To this end, SCS and BSCG are proud to bring the vision to the streets by sponsoring and supporting real athletes themselves. We are pleased to be entering our third year of sponsorship of the Support Clean Sport/SeaSucker/Guttenplan Coaching Cycling Team and the 706 Project, or 706P, two cycling teams in which riders embrace and demonstrate that clean sport is the only real sport. In May 2017, we began sponsoring GS Andiamo, a grassroots volunteer cycling organization for young people in Southern California. Founded by middle-school riders in the city of Redlands, GS Andiamo works with youth to build the next generation of cyclists.
We aim, with your support, to continue to expand our support of clean cycling and broaden our reach into other sports. Please consider donating to our efforts to help keep all sport clean.
We invite you to join Support Clean Sport on social media and contribute statements, or write letters or blog posts that we will post. Contact SCS by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more, visit the Support Clean Sport website, like Support Clean Sport on Facebook and follow SCS on Twitter. Together, we can protect sport and help real athletes succeed.