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Athletes representative says anti-doping system 'not broken'

The head of WADA's athlete commission contends the global anti-doping system is not "broken" and laments that politics surrounding the Russian doping scandal has sown "discord" in the fight against … Click to Continue »
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Athletes representative says anti-doping system 'not broken'

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The head of WADA's athlete commission says the global anti-doping system is not "broken" and laments that politics has brought "discord" to the fight against performance-enhancing drugs        

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