Report Says Tokyo 2020 In Urgent Need Of Anti-Doping Upgrade At A Time Of Déjà Vu

Russian swimming under renewed scrutiny - by Patrick B. Kraemer

After the doping debacles of Rio 2016, a cry from Japan: the 2020 Olympic host country is “in urgent need of trained doping-control officers for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics”. Laws need to be revised, too, says a panel report released by the Japan Sports Agency today. Good planning at a time when Doping Déjà Vu is Rife

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After the doping debacles of Rio 2016, a cry from Japan: the 2020 Olympic host country is “in urgent need of trained doping-control officers for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics”. Laws need to be revised, too, says a panel report released by the Japan Sports Agency today. Good planning at a time when Doping Déjà Vu is Rife

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