#NOTINMYSPORT
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NOT IN MY SPORT is a campaign that is and will forever be powered by athletes.  


#NOTINMYSPORT

 

#NOTINMYSPORT is a campaign created to promote awareness of unacceptable behavior within sports in the United States. The campaign is set to start a movement that not only USA Taekwondo will follow but other sports as well from amateur to professional. USA Taekwondo hopes to create a powerful moment with #NOTINMYSPORT to help create a safe foundation for athletes in their sport. USA Taekwondo wants to help others come out and make their statement against acts that are not and should not be tolerated in any sport. The following video demonstrates USA Taekwondo National team members and Taekwondo athletes list things that are not tolerated in USA Taekwondo.

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LET THE MOVEMENT BEGIN

Lets KICK this campaign into gear and begin a movement that will revolutionize and set a new standard for athletes safety in any sport! Help spread the word about #NOTINMYSPORT and create a movement by making your statement and encouraging others to make theirs. This campaign will effectively educate athletes on what should never be tolerated in any sport. Athletes should never be afraid to speak out if they ever feel threatened or victimized. JOIN THE MOVEMENT. #NOTINMYSPORT. 

 
 

Don't hesitate, report it!

 
  2018 Junior World Champion and 2018 Team USA Youth Olympic Games Athlete, Anastasija Zolotic

2018 Junior World Champion and 2018 Team USA Youth Olympic Games Athlete, Anastasija Zolotic

 
 
 
The Not In My Sport campaign is a very powerful movement and a very strong campaign that I think should be pushed more forward
— 2018 Youth Olympic Games Athlete Anastasija Zolotic
 

"Sports are supposed to bring people together and not tear them apart"

-CJ Nickolas 2018 Junior National Team Member 

"I think its really necessary that we have a safe environment for them all to find what they love and compete and be successful doing what they love"  

-Olivia Baxter USA Taekwondo athlete

 
 

"I believe in this campaign because as most athletes do they love their sport and they want to train and they want to get better so that they can succeed at the highest level that they can and they shouldn't have worry about all these negative things" 

- Zak Day 2018 Junior National Team member

 
 
  USA TKD National Team Coach Brian McCutcheon, High Performance Director May Spence and National Team Coaching Directors Paul Green & Gareth Brown

USA TKD National Team Coach Brian McCutcheon, High Performance Director May Spence and National Team Coaching Directors Paul Green & Gareth Brown