What can be done to revive the fight against doping and dopers in sport?
By Jack Anderson published on 15 August 2013
Part 1 of this blog reviewed the current state of play in sports doping in the context of the twenty fifth anniversary of a sporting summer overshadowed by doping scandals. The following brief series of notes asks what, in a legal and administrative sense, can now be done to revive the fight against doping and dopers in sport, beginning with the idea of accrediting national anti-doping agencies.
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