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About TrueSport

TrueSport®, a movement powered by the experience and values of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, champions the positive values and life lessons learned through youth sport. TrueSport inspires athletes, coaches, parents, and administrators to change the culture of youth sport through active engagement and thoughtful curriculum based on cornerstone lessons of sportsmanship, character-building, and clean and healthy performance, while also creating leaders across communities through sport.


For more expert-driven articles and materials, visit TrueSport’s comprehensive LEARN resource.



Educational Materials

As an NGB partner of the TrueSport movement, US Equestrian receives a monthly package of educational content. Each month focuses on a different topic with benefits for all involved with sport, whether you are an athlete, support staff, parent, coach or enthusiast.


Topics Include:



Self Care




Goal Setting

Clean Sport

Grit & Perseverence


If you have any questions regarding TrueSport, please contact Steven Morrissey, Project Director of High Performance Programs at [email protected].


Additional Resources

2021 October Coach Article

TrueSport Ambassadors on the Life-Changing Power of Sport

2021 October Parent Article

6 Ways to Give the Gift of Sport on a Budget

2021 October Trending Article

When to Say Yes to Your Kid Quitting the Team

2021 September Coach Article

Why and How to Help Your Team Practice Appreciation

2021 September Coach Article

9 Easy Ways to Prevent Cliques on Teams

2021 September Trending Article

How to Support a Diverse and Multi-Cultural Team

2021 August Coach Article

Differentiated Leadership: How to Figure Out What Each Athlete Needs

2021 August Parent Article

Turning Sports Leaders into Life Leaders

2021 August Trending Article

4 Surprisingly Risky Substances for Competitive Athletes

2021 August Trending Article

7 Things to do When Coaching Your Own Child