Another record For Almeida; Brazil In The Doping Doldrums; & Park’s Doc Must Pay

Brazil's current anti-doping operation was established in 2014 but in 2016 Brazil found itself on the list of nation's put on notice by WADA for non-compliance and told to step up

News Round-Up: Brandonn Almeida set a South American 400m free record as the Brazil Open wrapped up in Palhoca but the meet did not include anti-doping tests after WADA suspended the national agency for failing to comply with the WADA Code; Park Tae-hwan’s doctor must pay a $850 fine, top court rules; and Italy’s coaches meet at their annual conference

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News Round-Up: Brandonn Almeida set a South American 400m free record as the Brazil Open wrapped up in Palhoca but the meet did not include anti-doping tests after WADA suspended the national agency for failing to comply with the WADA Code; Park Tae-hwan’s doctor must pay a $850 fine, top court rules; and Italy’s coaches meet at their annual conference

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