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Rio Olympics: WADA 'disappointed' as IOC fails to ban Russia for mega event

Rio Olympics: WADA 'disappointed' as IOC fails to ban Russia for mega event

WADA also recommended that Russian government officials be denied access to the Rio Games.

Maria Sharapova: Russian's lawyer blasts WADA chief over 'annual income' comment

Maria Sharapova: Russian's lawyer blasts WADA chief over 'annual income' comment

Sharapova was banned for two years by the International Tennis Federation earlier this month after admitting in March she had taken the banned medication meldonium.

More money needed to fight cheats, says WADA chief Craig​ Reedie

More money needed to fight cheats, says WADA chief Craig​ Reedie

Lack of money could equally prove a handicap for a proposed independent testing authority, says Reedie.

Rio faces tough times but IOC upbeat about preparations

Rio faces tough times but IOC upbeat about preparations

The Rio Olympics have been plagued by delays for years but, they said, the situation was improving.

WADA suspend 'non-compliant' Russian Anti-Doping Agency

WADA suspend 'non-compliant' Russian Anti-Doping Agency

Russian athletics received another jolt with the World Anti-Doping Agency suspending RUSADA.

Science will prevail in doping firestorm: WADA chief

Science will prevail in doping firestorm: WADA chief

Science will ultimately put out the doping firestorm that has engulfed athletics in the run-up to the world championships, Craig Reedie, head of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), said on Friday.

Independent probe into doping allegations starts well: WADA

Independent probe into doping allegations starts well: WADA

 The Independent Commission (IC) has started its investigation into allegations of widespread doping in athletics made by German and British media, World Anti-Doping Agency chief Craig Reedie has said.

WADA considering banning countries for doping: Craig Reedie

WADA considering banning countries for doping: Craig Reedie

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is considering a blanket ban on countries whose athletes regularly dope in the wake of a series of damaging blows for the sport in recent days, according to its president Craig Reedie.

WADA commits to protect athletes' confidentiality on doping issue

WADA commits to protect athletes' confidentiality on doping issue

 The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has pledged to protect the confidentiality of athletes and organisations whose rights have been deemed under threat.

WADA approves Qatar anti-doping lab

WADA approves Qatar anti-doping lab

A new anti-doping laboratory in Qatar was approved by the World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) executive committee on Wednesday.

WADA alarmed by extent of allegations from leaked blood tests data

WADA alarmed by extent of allegations from leaked blood tests data

World Anti-Doping Agency chief Craig Reedie said Sunday that new accusations of mass doping in athletics would "shake the foundation" of clean sport and that an existing investigation into drug cheats in Russia would be extended.

'Budget cut won’t affect doping tests in Jamaica'

The Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) says a $14 million budget cut is not expected to affect its operations for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.

WADA chief visits Jamaica to check anti-doping efforts

WADA chief visits Jamaica to check anti-doping efforts

President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Craig Reedie arrived in Jamaica on Friday to check on the Caribbean sprint capital`s anti-doping efforts following a string of high-profile positive drug tests.

Qatar pledges USD 1 million to Anti-Doping Research Fund

 Qatar has given a shot-in-the-arm to the fight against doping in sports by contributing USD 1 million to the Anti-Doping Research Fund announced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Anti-doping`s biggest ally is time: WADA chief

Drugs cheats can run but they cannot hide as testers can wait for years to retest samples that will eventually root out any doping offenders, World Anti-Doping Agency chief Craig Reedie said on Friday.

Lack of World Cup doping lab won`t affect testing: WADA

The absence of an accredited doping laboratory at the World Cup in Brazil in June will not affect drug testing, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president Craig Reedie said on Friday.

Lack of World Cup doping lab won`t affect testing: WADA

The absence of an accredited doping laboratory at the World Cup in Brazil in June will not affect drug testing, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president Craig Reedie said on Friday.

IOC nominate Reedie to be head of WADA

Craig Reedie, a driving force behind London`s successful hosting of the 2012 Olympic Games, is all but assured of being the next president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) after being nominated by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board on Friday.