Boston Triathlon Club is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well being of all its members. As a young person you are the future of the sport and Boston Triathlon, together with British Triathlon and Home Nations are committed to ensuring all young people involved in the sport are able to:
Make new friends within the sport.
Enjoy taking part in training and events.
Be safe while taking part.
Develop new skills to achieve your goals.
You should always feel safe when training, competing and during triathlon activities. Triathlon should be fun and this can be difficult if you are unhappy, stressed or pressured. Bullying and abuse is unacceptable in our sport, whether it’s by another child, youth or an adult.
This form should be completed by anyone wishing to take photographs or recorded images at Boston Triathlon Club.
WELFARE OFFICER, LIZ CANNON
YOU CAN DO SOMETHING TO STOP ABUSE.
Sport is for the enjoyment of yourself and others. So here are some Do’s and Don’ts to keep you and others safe:
The club believes that it is important that members, coaches, administrators and parents associated with the club, should at all times, show respect, and to share any concerns or complaints that they may have about any aspect of the club with Liz Cannon, Club Welfare Officer.