The PCC requires grant recipients to submit a variety of reports during the life cycle of a grant award. All reports must be accurate, complete, and submitted on time. Non-compliance may result in withholding of funds, and/or ineligibility for future [...]
Since 2008, the PCC’s mission has been to deter and detect the use of performance enhancing drugs in sport through funding scientific research world-wide. We have demonstrated global leadership in this domain, with nearly $23 million USD awarded to researchers in [...]
New data from a PCC funded study from the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at the University of Copenhagen reveals that a small blood transfusion of only 135 ml of red blood cells can improve performance in cycling and other [...]
Athena Brindle is a PharmD student at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy. She recently had the unique opportunity to intern at USADA, where she created a quick reference internal supplement ingredient database, learned about the Therapeutic Use Exemption [...]
For immediate release: The Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC), the global leader in sports anti-doping research and development, is conducting field trials of exhaled breath testing technology for in-competition sample collection. The trials began in late September 2018 in conjunction [...]
We’re about to reveal big news regarding anti-doping exhaled breath testing technology…but first, how did we get here? Here’s a high level #techtransfer timeline for what could be the next big thing in sample collection for elite sport (and beyond).
The PCC is once again delighted to attend the Manfred Donike Workshop, held annually in Cologne, Germany. 2019 marks the 37th iteration of the event. The conference is hosted by Dr. Mario Thevis, head of the Centre for Preventative Doping Resear