Olympic officials proposed a set of changes to the global antidoping system, affirming WADA’s role in the fight against cheating and voicing support for increasing its budget.
Antidoping officials from leading countries in global sports are awaiting the results of an investigation into allegations of a state-sponsored doping program in Russia.
Olympic sports leaders have begun debating how to improve a global anti-doping system amid the fallout of a Russian state-backed cheating scandal. A closed-doors meeting chaired by IOC President Thomas … Click to Continue »
Olympic sports leaders have begun debating ways to improve a global anti-doping system in the fallout of a Russian state-backed cheating scandal
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) wants to give more power to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in the fight against drug-cheating by athletes, it said on Saturday. The IOC said it was agreed at a meeting of world sports l...