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‘Reform of CAS? Why not start with WADA, IOC?’ – Russian Upper House chair

Following calls to reform the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in the wake of its decision on Russia, one should start with reforming the IOC and the anti-doping agency WADA, the chair of Russia's Upper House has argued. Read Full Article at
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