theathleteplace guidelines


theathleteplace community provides a safe environment for people to feel like they can be themselves, without judgement.


theathleteplace aims to provide insight into topics of importance. Giving people the opportunity to learn from their peers, taking something from each bit of content released or forum visited.


theathleteplace community is supportive of one another, helping to overcome issues or concerns – to become happier people.

other guidelines


A community built of athletes from all sports and all walks of life. We are human beings first, athletes second. We have a lot more in common than one would think, help each other out.


Be kind to others. Do not be disrespectful – in any way, shape, or form. We are in this together, treat others as you would want to be treated.

professional help

If you’re not feeling safe and need more urgent help, we’d suggest you contact SamaritansShout, Side by Side or call 999.


theathleteplace hub is open to all, feel free to get involved if you feel you want to contribute to a concern or topic. Please give only give sensible advice – if not, it will be taken down by a moderator.


Interacting with an anonymous name will ensure confidentiality from other users. Email addresses are needed to counter spam, only the keymaster can have access to these in absolute necessity.

If you wish to post totally anonymously, please use a generated/fake email address.


theathleteplace aims to provide content that is not only educational but entertaining too. We want to provide content that will both help people and make them smile.


If you are interacting via comment or forum please give helpful, positive advice. Additionally, please avoid sharing graphic detail or methods on public platforms.

multiple accounts

Please refrain from making multiple accounts when posting onto forums, it helps with clutter and moderation.


Forums and comments will be moderated daily to maintain a supportive, friendly community who are aiming to benefit one another.