WADA Opts For New Code With 4-Year Olympic Cycle Bans

News Round-Up: The World Anti-Doping Agency’s World Conference on Doping in Sport has agreed on the first new Code since 2007, with plans for four-year bans and penalties for the wider entourage of a banned athlete; Allison Schmitt delays race return to focus on schoolwork; the debate over Murray Rose being blocked from the 1964 Olympic Games rages on Down Under; and adventurer Sean Conway becomes the first to swim Land’s End to John O’Groats, UK

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News Round-Up: The World Anti-Doping Agency’s World Conference on Doping in Sport has agreed on the first new Code since 2007, with plans for four-year bans and penalties for the wider entourage of a banned athlete; Allison Schmitt delays race return to focus on schoolwork; the debate over Murray Rose being blocked from the 1964 Olympic Games rages on Down Under; and adventurer Sean Conway becomes the first to swim Land’s End to John O’Groats, UK

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