Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) was formed in 2020 as an outcome of the Wood Review into Sports Integrity Arrangements.  It combines the operations of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, the National Integrity of Sport Unit of the Department of Health and the integrity programs of Sport Australia.

SIA has developed a National Integrity Framework (NIF)  for management of unacceptable behaviour and handling of complaints.

Rowing Australia adopted rules and policies of NIF effective from 30 June 2022.  Adoption will mean that the policies apply to all sports organisations and people affiliated with RA and involved in rowing in Australia. This includes athletes, coaches, mentors and volunteers.

Australia now has a consistent set of policies across all sport and national standards regardless of which sport an athlete participates in to tackle behaviours that have no place
in sport, to keep sport safe and fair.

SRRC are proud to uphold this framework in an effort to building a stronger and safer club.

To read more about the National Integrity Framework please refer to the below links and documents.