Anti-Doping Agencies Admonish IOC For Failing To Note “Facts” Of Russian Scandal

Russia got to chink glasses with the IOC once more in Rio in 2016 - but the story is not over, nor the fallout [All images are stills from "Red Herrings" by ARD]

The international organisation representing national anti-doping agencies has criticised the International Olympic Committee’s failure to acknowledge the ‘facts’ of the Russian doping scandal and complained of “troubling omissions” in the IOC’s proposals for reforming WADA and promoting clean sport.

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The international organisation representing national anti-doping agencies has criticised the International Olympic Committee’s failure to acknowledge the ‘facts’ of the Russian doping scandal and complained of “troubling omissions” in the IOC’s proposals for reforming WADA and promoting clean sport.

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