Athletes from Austria, Canada, Germany, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States are supporting the global social media campaign through videos that capture why clean sport matters to them. While explaining how doping impacts individual moments, the athletes’ testimonials also illustrate how clean sport matters to families, fans, and the future of sport as a whole.
The diverse group of athletes supporting the campaign include:
- Anna Gasser, Austria, Snowboard Slopestyle
- Markus Salcher, Austria, Para Alpine Skiing
- Rosanna Crawford , Canada, Biathlon
- Alex Harvey, Canada, Cross-country Skiing
- Anna Schaffelhuber, Germany, Para Alpine Skiing
- Erik Lesser, Germany, Biathlon
- Tomoka Takeuchi, Japan, Snowboard
- Hiraku Misawa, Japan, Para Alpine Skiing
- Won Yun-jong, S. Korea, Bobsled
- Seo Soon-Seok, S. Korea, Wheelchair Curling
- Lizzy Yarnold, U.K., Skeleton
- Stephanie Jallen, U.S., Para Alpine Skiing
- Lowell Bailey, U.S., Biathlon
Videos of these athletes and related content about irreplaceable moments in sport will be distributed by national anti-doping agencies worldwide across major social media platforms using #MyMoment to encourage all clean athletes and their supporters to demand a level playing field in PyeongChang and beyond.
Michael Cepic, CEO of NADA Austria: “The future of anti-doping deserve our attention, especially in light of recent events and the upcoming 2018 Winter Games. By supporting the #MyMoment campaign, athletes, their fans, and the sports community will make it clear that a level playing field is a priority that cannot be overlooked or denied.”
The campaign launches October 30, 2017, with the first of two global videos, and it will conclude on January 31, 2018, prior to the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang. Learn more about the campaign at www.my-moment.org.