WADA

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    By Declan Hill
    08.04.2015 /
    The fight against match-fixing could be repeating the errors of the anti-doping fight, says Declan Hill, who in this article compares similarities between cycling's CIRI report and a yet undisclosed match-fixing investigation.
  • 15.11.2013 /
    The fourth World Conference on Doping in Sport concluded today by the adoption of the revised 2015 World Anti-Doping Code.
  • 29.10.2013 /
    When professor Gerhard Treutlein from Heidelberg University wants to get young people to discuss doping and the rights of athletes, he tells a true and quite disturbing story from the 1970s in West Germany.
  • 17.10.2013 /
    At Play the Game 2013, taking place in Aarhus, Denmark 28-31 October, the anti-doping fight will be thoroughly discussed by some of the most knowledgeable specialists in the field.
  • 23.07.2013 /
    Brian Cookson, head of British Cycling, promises a full investigation into cycling’s doping past and a new and more active approach in the fight against doping should he succeed in ousting incumbent UCI president Pat McQuaid in September’s election.
  • 07.02.2013 /
    A national report about doping in Australia shows an extensive use of doping among Australian elite athletes.
  • 30.01.2013 /
    WADA president John Fahey fervently denies that WADA had agreed to work with the International Cycling Union, UCI, on a new Truth and Reconciliation Commission to replace UCI’s Independent Commission. He also criticizes the decision to disband the former commission.
  • 29.01.2013 /
    Only a few months after establishing the International Cycling Union Independent Commission (UCIIC) to look into the allegations set forward against the UCI in the USADA report, the UCI has disbanded the commission in exchange for a truth and reconciliation process.

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