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This survey aims to better understand the sporting experience of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) athletes and the athletes who train with them. This project is supported financially by Sport Canada and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

TO WHOM IS THIS SURVEY FOR?

This survey is for all adult canadian athletes (18 years of age and over) regardless of their sexual orientation and their gender expression. Indeed, we want to know the experience of LGBT athletes but we also want to know the experience of the athletes who train with LGBT athletes. The survey will take you between 10 and 15 minutes. You will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions on the next page. Thank you for your time.
IMPLIED CONSENT FORM

Before you begin the survey, you must confirm the following:

1. You are over 18 years of age.

2. You understand that you are under no obligation to complete the survey, but that if you decide to exit the survey before you complete it, any information you have given will be forfeited and cannot be used in the research.

3. You understand that this research will be used to produce research reports that will be available on the Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) website (www.sirc.ca) for public access, and that may also be presented at conferences or published in academic publications.
 
4. You understand that you will be unable to have access to the information you give because of the precautions established to protect participants’ identities.

5. You understand that you give consent to Guylaine Demers and Université Laval to use the information you contribute.

ATTESTATION OF CONSENT : By simply returning the completed questionnaire it will be considered as an implied expression of your consent to participate in the project. 
  
Please complete the survey once and answer all questions honestly. By selecting to complete this survey, you confirm that you are over the age of 18 years and give consent for your answers to be used in our research.

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