German Fed Official ‘Quits’ In Clash Of Anti-Doping Rules & Domestic Legal Rights

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Clemens Stewing, a lawyer, is reported to have resigned just months after being elected vice-president of German swimming federation (DSV) over concerns that swimmers must sign away their rights to turn to domestic courts for justice in doping cases. In law, Stewing’s point may be obvious, but we must turn to swimming history and the international rule book that governs all competitive swimmers harbouring ambitions to race in waters beyond their back yard to find the sting in the tail

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Clemens Stewing, a lawyer, is reported to have resigned just months after being elected vice-president of German swimming federation (DSV) over concerns that swimmers must sign away their rights to turn to domestic courts for justice in doping cases. In law, Stewing’s point may be obvious, but we must turn to swimming history and the international rule book that governs all competitive swimmers harbouring ambitions to race in waters beyond their back yard to find the sting in the tail

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