Notices and News

The new online education programme, Clean Sport 101 will be launched next Tuesday 5 May, and will be supported by a social media campaign featuring former All Black Keven Mealamu, Paralympian Hamish McLean and Olympians Eliza McCartney and Caitlyn Ryan.

Clean Sport 101 has been designed as an introductory course for club level athletes and support personnel who are yet to receive clean sport education. 

With a focus of providing education to club level athletes, Clean Sport 101 will support clubs and sports organisations in ensuring their members are aware of their anti-doping responsibilities. Upon course completion, members will have a basic understanding of clean sport, why it is important and know where to access various resources.

Topics include the Anti-Doping Rules, potential risks to athletes including supplement use, examples of how athletes can best fuel their bodies and what a ban from sport actually means

The course is simple, easy to understand and only takes 15 minutes to complete

Athletes will login via the DFSNZ e-Learning platform so completions can be tracked

2020 IWF Masters World Championships in Orlando has been cancelled and rescheduled for 18-27 August 2022. The 2021 WMG and IWF World Championships are anticipated to take place as scheduled. Please note a separate email will be sent to Masters Athletes. 

The Oceania Masters Championships scheduled to be held in Cairns on 5-7 June have been postponed.

We will advise new dates as soon as we receive information.

The Planned TO Workshop and Exam for Dunedin on 9 May has been postponed due to the pending Alert Level 3 which precludes this from happening. Further details for the re-scheduled workshop will be provided as soon as possible.

The Executive Group have approved an extention of the Early Bird Membership registration for Competor, Secondary School, and Non-Competitor memberships from 31 March until 31 May.