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More money needed to fight dope cheats: WADA chief

More money needed to fight dope cheats: WADA chief

'WADA’s total annual budget of $30 million a year is exceeded by many athletes around the world.' The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) faces a challenge to tackle cheating in sport while it has an annual budget of less than the income of many top athletes, its president Craig Reedie said. Lack of money could equally prove a handicap for a proposed independent testing authority, said Reedie, who also expressed support for global athletics chief Sebastian Coe and said WADA was in a state of ..., 2 days ago

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Coe denies knowledge of 2017 world championship 'bribes'- IAAF

Sebastian Coe, IAAF's President, checks time ahead of a news conference by the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) former president, Dick Pound, who heads the commission into corruption and doping in athletics, in Unterschleissheim near Munich, ...
 Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago Coe denies bribery warning for Worlds  BBC1 week ago No alternative to Coe for IAAF presidency - Hansen week ago New WADA report increases pressure on IAAF president Lord Coe  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago
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Russian prosecutor general's office reviewing WADA report - TASS

MOSCOW Jan 27 (Reuters) - The Russian Prosecutor General's office is reviewing a report by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) which exposed wide-spread cheating and corruption in Russian athletics, TASS news agency cited Russian Sports Minister ...
 Reuters Africa1 week ago Russia's common prosecutor has began to evaluation details in World Anti-Doping Agency report Tass by way of Reuters  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago Russian prosecutor generals office reviewing WADA report - TASS  Reuters UK1 week ago
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Sport: International anti-doping experts to help Russia

International experts will work with the Russian anti-doping agency with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) warning there is "much work to be done" if the Russians are to return to the international fold. Russia was banned from international ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Britain to assist Russia in anti-doping efforts  MyInforms2 weeks ago Sport: British anti-doping experts to help Russia  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago AFP - Athletics-corruption-IAAF-RUS-GBR lead  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
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WADA appoints experts to oversee Russian reforms

The World Anti-Doping Agency wants three outside experts to oversee the cleanup of Russia's anti-doping system. A WADA report in November accused Russia of operating a state-sponsored doping program in track and field and also led to the national ...
 Daily Sabah2 weeks ago WADA to appoint outside experts to revamp Russian anti-doping system  CBC2 weeks ago SPORTS BRIEFS  Taipei Times Online2 weeks ago Experts to clean up Russia doping system  Yahoo! News Australia2 weeks ago

After the Essendon saga, any reform to anti-doping regimes must give athletes a greater say

(via noodls) / Athletes are marginalised in anti-doping processes led by the World Anti-Doping Agency, writes Jason Mazanov. OPINION: WADA, the World Anti-Doping Agency, has moved on from its relatively minor clash with AFL club Essendon to tackle ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago Russia and Wada agree on reforms  The Telegraph2 months ago Russia, WADA agree roadmap to reform anti-doping agency  Business Standard2 months ago

Russia faces exile as IAAF decides doping fate

Russia, accused of "state-sponsored" doping, said today it was ready to establish a new anti-doping agency hours before world athletics chiefs meet to take action which could eventually lead to Russian athletes being excluded from the 2016 Rio Olympics.
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

AFL would become 'laughing stock of world sports' if it separated from WADA

John Fahey, former president of the World Anti-Doping Agency. Photo: James Brickwood The AFL would become the "laughing stock of world sport" and severely handicap itselfin the battle for the hearts of kids looking to take up sport at grassroots ...
 MyInforms2 weeks ago 'Laughing stock of world sports'  WA Today2 weeks ago

Ennis-Hill admits fears over Russian athletes in Rio

Published 01/21/2016 by London (AFP) Russia is currently banned from international competition after a World Anti-Doping Agency report revealed "state-sponsored" doping in the country. It remains to be seen whether an IAAF suspension will be ...
 Look Local2 weeks ago Russians will be looked up with suspicion at Rio Games, says Jessica Ennis-Hill  Mid Day2 weeks ago Russian athletes a concern for Ennis-Hill  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago AFP - Athletics-Oly-2016-GBR-RUS-EnnisHill  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

Commission says IAAF must have known about doping — IAAF

A report by a World Anti-Doping Agency panel said International Association of Athletics Federations leaders must have been aware of the full extent of doping in Russia but did nothing to stop it. The report, presented in Munich by commission ...
 MyInforms2 weeks ago
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