FINA Testing Mission Continues For 2017 Worlds In Last Days Of Its Anti-Doping Role

From syringes, pills to gene doping, the fight for clean sport rages - will the IOC take a big step back to a brighter future for Olympic sports?

FINA, the international federation deemed to have conflicts of interests in the realm of clean sport by anti-doping authorities and organisations pressing for change in the testing regime, is pressing on with its pre-Rio 2016 policy on the way to the World Championships in Budapest this July.

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FINA, the international federation deemed to have conflicts of interests in the realm of clean sport by anti-doping authorities and organisations pressing for change in the testing regime, is pressing on with its pre-Rio 2016 policy on the way to the World Championships in Budapest this July.

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