Doping prevention in recreational sport in Europe – a study on emerging practices among European stakeholders, Chapter 3 FAIR Final report

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Doping prevention in recreational sport in Europe – a study on emerging practices among European stakeholders, Chapter 3 FAIR Final report. / Christiansen, Ask Vest; Bloodworth, Andrew; Ham, Evie; Cox, Luke.

FAIR - Forum for anti-doping in recreational sport 2019. Final Report. Bruxelles : Europe Active, 2020. p. 24-73.

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Christiansen AV, Bloodworth A, Ham E, Cox L. 2020. Doping prevention in recreational sport in Europe – a study on emerging practices among European stakeholders, Chapter 3 FAIR Final report. In FAIR - Forum for anti-doping in recreational sport 2019. Final Report. Bruxelles: Europe Active. pp. 24-73.

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Christiansen, Ask Vest et al. "Doping prevention in recreational sport in Europe – a study on emerging practices among European stakeholders, Chapter 3 FAIR Final report". FAIR - Forum for anti-doping in recreational sport 2019. Final Report. Chapter 3, Bruxelles: Europe Active. 2020, 24-73.

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Christiansen AV, Bloodworth A, Ham E, Cox L. Doping prevention in recreational sport in Europe – a study on emerging practices among European stakeholders, Chapter 3 FAIR Final report. In FAIR - Forum for anti-doping in recreational sport 2019. Final Report. Bruxelles: Europe Active. 2020. p. 24-73

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Christiansen, Ask Vest ; Bloodworth, Andrew ; Ham, Evie ; Cox, Luke. / Doping prevention in recreational sport in Europe – a study on emerging practices among European stakeholders, Chapter 3 FAIR Final report. FAIR - Forum for anti-doping in recreational sport 2019. Final Report. Bruxelles : Europe Active, 2020. pp. 24-73

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