29/1/2019. Project SAFE YOU was publicly launched in UK in the context of the UK Anti-Doping’s (UKAD) Clean Sport at the Front Line event, at Loughborough University. The theme of this year’s event was the protection of vulnerable athletes. The event brought together stakeholders from across the UK working in athlete support, research and sports administration and development.Details
9/2/2019. SAFEYOU team member Dr Michaelides was invited in a local radio station (RADIO 1 SPORTS FM) and discussed about the dark side of exercise associated with doping use. He highlighted the need for educational campaigns in competitive and recreational sports and presented the SAFEYOU programme.Details
SAFEYOU Newsletter December 2018
17/12/2018. The Cyprus Sport Organization organised a launch event in Cyprus. A thorough discussion followed on the fight against doping in recreational sports and the SAFEYOU project. Dr Michaelides presented the online educational material.
14-16/12/2018. SAFEYOU co-organised the National Congress of Sports Psychology with the national Association of Sport and Exercise Psychology. SAFEYOU team members presented the different aspects and deliverables of the project. Dr Barkoukis presented the SAFEYOU and SAFEYOU+ projects and discussed the conceptual approaches to doping prevention in sports. Prof Zelli talked about the need to…Details
2/12/2018. SAFEYOU team member Mr Loukovitis promoted the SAFEYOU project in the context of a lecture about irregularities in sport which held in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. A large number of university students attended the event. Mr Loukovitis distributed leaflets and informed the participants about the SAFEYOU mobile app.Details
29/11/2018. Project SAFE YOU was publicly launched in Sheffield in the context of the 2nd Sheffield Forum for Clean Sports organized by Dr Lazuras from Sheffield Hallam University. The event was well attended by student athletes and representatives from TASS (Talented Athletes Scholarship Scheme), professional coaches, representatives of the GB Weightlifting, Public Health directors and…Details