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— 11 October 2021

Moscow laboratory steps back

One step forward, two steps back for Russian sport. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced in a statement that the Moscow laboratory has lost its authority to analyse “blood... Lire la suite »

— 8 October 2021

Heads are falling in Asia

A period of heavy weather is looming in Indonesia, North Korea and Thailand. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced in a statement on Thursday, October 7th, that the National... Lire la suite »

— 13 September 2021

A Minister on the Executive Committee

She made the announcement herself: Roxana Maracineanu, the French Minister for Sport, will join the executive committee of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) next year. “France will join the... Lire la suite »

— 3 June 2021

A year without symposium

This is a lost year for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). The Montreal-based body has decided to cancel its annual symposium for 2021. It was initially scheduled for last... Lire la suite »

— 29 March 2021

A big deal for British cycling

Bad timing. Less than 120 days before the Tokyo Games, a new doping case is enveloping cycling. It concerns Great Britain, one of the dominant nations in the discipline.... Lire la suite »

— 3 December 2020

A new jackpot of $5.2 million

Witold Bańka, President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), can rub his hands: his budget has just experienced a strong growth spurt. It owes this to additional financial contributions... Lire la suite »