In an action, people do something. In the actions here, people encourage clean sport.
People make up different things. With these things they are supporting fair sport. People want to get other people to stand up for fair sport too. NADA supports people in this.
An ambassador spreads a specific message. For us, athletes are ambassadors. They are committed to clean sport. Athletes are spreading the message that only clean sport is real sport.
Anti-doping work are all tasks and projects that stop doping.
An award is an honor. You get a prize.
A campaign is a bigger action. This action only runs up to a certain point in time. The action has a specific goal. This goal is achieved with the actions.
With data protection, all data from people is protected.
Enter means insert or input. You can find the Enter key on your computer keyboard.
GIVE EVERYTHING TAKE NOTHING
This is the name of the NADA initiative. The initiative has existed since 2014. In German the initiative is called “ALLES GEBEN, NICHTS NEHMEN”.
A hashtag is a symbol. Hashtags are used on social networks. A hashtag is placed in front of a word to emphasize the word. If you click on the word with the hashtag in front of it, many posts with this word appear.
For example, we use these German hashtags #ALLESGEBENNICHTSNEHMEN , and #fürsauberenSport in social networks.
The imprint gives information about the website. It shows you who to contact if you have any questions about the website. Here you can find information about NADA.
An initiative is an action or a project with which you want to get something going.
An initiative is the first step in drawing attention to something.
A logo is an icon. NADA has its own logo. The NADA logo is black and white. The logo always stays the same. You will always find the logo on this website at the top left.
Merchandise are products. We offer some products and you can buy them.
The saying “ALLES GEBEN, NICHTS NEHMEN” can be found on many products.
This means “GIVE EVERYTHING, TAKE NOTHING” in German.
NADA is the abbreviation for National Anti Doping Agency Germany.
Dr. Andrea Gotzmann heads NADA.
NADA is in Bonn and has 40 employees.
NADA takes care of anti-doping work in German professional sport.
Partners are other people or organisations with which NADA works.
Together with our partners, we want to support clean sport.
We do things together to support clean sport.
Professional sports / professional athletes
There are people who do sports.There are people who get money for doing sports.
These people are called professional athletes.
If you get paid for doing sport, it's called professional sport.
Social networks are Internet sites where you can communicate with other people. You can talk about ideas with other people on these pages. For example, Facebook is a social network.
Sports events are games or competitions. This is where people do sports.
Soccer games are sports events. Or a marathon is a sports event.
A sports fan is very excited about a sport.