The first anti-doping case based on analytical data retrieved from the infamous Moscow Laboratory is likely to be opened by the relevant International Federation (IF) within weeks.
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Witold Bańka won the vote that puts him in pole position to succeed Sir Craig Reedie as World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President by almost the narrowest possible margin, insidethegames understands.
Polish Sports Minister Witold Bańka has been chosen to succeed Sir Craig Reedie as President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
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International Federations in professional and semi-professional sports are going to have to adapt to greater demands from the athletes, a very prominent International Olympic Committee member has told insidethegames.
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