Month: October 2018

The World Anti-Doping Agency needs urgent reform following its reinstatement of Russia, says a group of leading national anti-doping bodies. In September Wada lifted a three-year ban on Russia’s anti-doping agency (Rusada) that had been imposed for state-sponsored doping. Many athletes opposed lifting the ban. The leaders of 18 anti-doping agencies, including UK Anti-Doping chief
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5:16 PM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — W. Cothran “Cot” Campbell, who pioneered the concept of shared ownership of thoroughbred race horses and was a longtime advocate for the American racing industry, has died. He was 91. He died Saturday at his home in Aiken, South Carolina, the New York Racing Association said Sunday.
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World Anti-Doping Association president Sir Craig Reedie has rejected criticism of how Chris Froome’s asthma drug case was handled and will not resign. The Movement for Credible Cycling said Reedie should quit, calling Froome’s case – dropped in July – “devastating” for the sport’s credibility. It also questioned Wada’s independence, and its approach to Russia’s
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