Whistleblowers Deserve Police Protection & Related Support, Says WADA Boss Niggli

The Stepanovs - and other whistleblowers deserve police protection and related support, says WADA - photo courtesy of ARD Television

Police protection should be afforded to whistleblowersin the war on doping in sport, the boss of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), Olivier Niggli, said today. He described those who get hidden information out to anti-doping authorities and others so that investigations can be conducted and the truth told as “desperately” needed. A speaker at the Tackling Doping in Sport Conference in London, Niggli said that whistleblowers such as the Russian athlete Yuliya Stepanova* and her husband Vitaly, a former Rusada (Russian anti-doping agency) official were invaluable sources of information in the fight against drug cheats.

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Police protection should be afforded to whistleblowersin the war on doping in sport, the boss of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), Olivier Niggli, said today. He described those who get hidden information out to anti-doping authorities and others so that investigations can be conducted and the truth told as “desperately” needed. A speaker at the Tackling Doping in Sport Conference in London, Niggli said that whistleblowers such as the Russian athlete Yuliya Stepanova* and her husband Vitaly, a former Rusada (Russian anti-doping agency) official were invaluable sources of information in the fight against drug cheats.

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