Friday, March 16, Robby Ketchell of the Society for Fair Play will be giving a presentation at the University of Missouri about drugs in sport. His talk will include a history of the statistics of doping in sport, a perspective on sporting ethics, a discussion on cycling physiology and the health benefits of exercise, and a message about the physical and social consequences of drug abuse.
The Society for Fair Play is an organization developed to educate athletes of the physical and social consequences of illegal performance enhancing drugs. The seminar on Friday is the first of 2007, and will give the message of how to succeed in sport without resorting to drug abuse to a diverse group of cyclists. Junior, collegiate, and master's athletes are all encouraged to attend.
Robby Ketchell is a professional cyclist, founder of Ketchell Sports Science, and student at Colorado State University whose passion is to assist athlete's development of knowledge that will help them succeed in sport.