Friday, February 6, 2009

Anger grows over anti-doping code

By Matt Slater

Wada boss John Fahey
Wada chairman John Fahey has made implementation of the code his priority

Leading members of Team GB are so concerned by the revised "whereabouts" anti-doping system they may quit, a senior Olympic official believes.

Pete Gardner, chief executive of the British Athletes Commission (BAC), believes stricter rules brought in this year must be reversed.

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