Nene Valley Harriers

Codes of Conduct

At Nene Valley Harriers we are governed by a number of Codes of Conduct, as stipulated by UKA (United Kingdom Athletics). Whilst the four main ones are listed on this website, a full list can be found on the UKA website here.

Code of Conduct - Athletes

At Nene Valley Harriers we are governed by a number of Codes of Conduct, as stipulated by UKA (United Kingdom Athletics). Whilst the four main ones are listed on this website, a full list can be found on the UKA website here. We would encourage all member athletes to read, note and comply with these simple guidance notes. ...more

Code of Conduct - Coaches

At Nene Valley Harriers we are governed by a number of Codes of Conduct, as stipulated by UKA (United Kingdom Athletics). Whilst the four main ones are listed on this website, a full list can be found on the UKA website here. We would encourage all Coaches read, note and comply with these simple guidance notes. ...more

Code of Conduct - Parents

At Nene Valley Harriers we are governed by a number of Codes of Conduct, as stipulated by UKA (United Kingdom Athletics). Whilst the four main ones are listed on this website, a full list can be found on the UKA website here. We would encourage all parents read, note and comply with these simple guidance notes (including those with parental responsibility). ...more

Code of Conduct - Officials

At Nene Valley Harriers we are governed by a number of Codes of Conduct, as stipulated by UKA (United Kingdom Athletics). Whilst the four main ones are listed on this website, a full list can be found on the UKA website here. We would encourage all Officials read, note and comply with these simple guidance notes. ...more

Codes of Conduct - Other

At Nene Valley Harriers we are governed by a number of Codes of Conduct, as stipulated by UKA (United Kingdom Athletics). Whilst the four main ones are listed on this website, a full list can be found on the UKA website here. ...more

Anti doping

Most runners wouldn’t dream of deliberately taking performance-enhancing drugs. However, there have been some isolated cases in the UK where runners have inadvertently done so (and, of course, where they have deliberately done so). As it is ultimately the runner’s responsibility to ensure that anything they take is not prohibited, we thought it would be helpful to include some useful links on our website which provide further information about this important topic. Click here for details. ...more