The Role Of Redemption At WADA As IAAF Gets Sochi File In Readiness For Russian Rio Vote

The folk who brought the crisis to the world's attention: ARD, the station that sparked the Russian doping inquiries with whistle-blower evidence in a series of investigations from December 2014 onwards

In hitting back at the criticism that it dragged its heels when confronted with whistle-blower evidence of systematic doping in Russia four years ago, the World Anti-Doping Agency has highlight some of the critical issues that will need addressing at an Olympic summit in October designed to overhaul the fight for clean sport.

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In hitting back at the criticism that it dragged its heels when confronted with whistle-blower evidence of systematic doping in Russia four years ago, the World Anti-Doping Agency has highlight some of the critical issues that will need addressing at an Olympic summit in October designed to overhaul the fight for clean sport.

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