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Fight Against Doping

Fight Against Doping: WADA Conference news, China Pressured to Fight Online Sales

August 17, 2007

 1,000 for WADA Conference Approximately 1,000 delegates and members of the press have registered for the WADA conference set for Madrid from November 15 t...

Fight Against Doping – IOC, Horse, and Cycling

August 25, 2007

Rogge supports the IAAF’s calls for a four year ban for a positive drug test. (Getty)  IOC Wants Stricter Anti Doping Efforts IOC President Jacques Rogge sa...

WADA Says Dues Payments Hit Record

December 23, 2004

(ATR) The World Anti-Doping Agency says it has collected 94% of its annual dues from the governments of the world, the highest percentage ever for the agency in its five-year ...

Pound Re-Elected As WADA President

November 21, 2004

(ATR) The WADA board of directors re-elected Richard Pound as president, and chose Danish sport minister Brian Mikkelsen as the first vice-chairman of the World Anti-Doping Ag...

New Banned Drugs for Olympics

September 22, 2004

“Our cash flow has greatly improved”, says WADA chief Richard Pound about the increasing pace of government contributions to fund the anti-drug agency. (ATR/...

Greek Olympians Face the Axe

August 14, 2004

A media scrum awaits word from the Hellenic Olympic Committee on the fate of Costas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou.(ATR)  (ATR) Star sprinters Costas Ken...

WADA to Enact Stiff Fines for Non-Payers

November 19, 2003

(ATR) - Nations which have not paid their dues to the World Anti-Doping Agency risk losing the right to bid for the Olympic Games. WADA's board of directors begins two days of...

WADA-IOC Inquiry Takes No Action in Case

September 24, 2003

(ATR) - A joint inquiry by the International Olympic Committee and the World Anti-Doping Agency into the case of U.S. sprinter Jerome Young will result in no immediate actions...

October 1 Decision for Jerome Young Case

September 19, 2003

(ATR) - The head of the World Anti-Doping Agency says a joint WADA/IOC inquiry into the case of U.S. sprinter Jerome Young will be finished by October 1. Young could lose a me...

115th IOC Sesion Wrap Up

July 05, 2003

(ATR) - Countries which fail to pay their dues to the World Anti-Doping Agency could lose the right for their athletes to march under their nation's flag in the opening ceremo...

IOC Refuses to Close Book on Young Case

September 02, 2003

(ATR) - The International Olympic Committee and World Anti-Doping Agency will join forces to re- open the circumstances behind the drug testing of U.S. sprinter Jerome Young i...

2012 Bids Threatened by WADA No-Pays

November 20, 2003

(ATR) - International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge says a country which does not pay its dues for the World Anti-Doping Agency may lose the right to have a city b...