Jack Anderson's 7 point anti-doping plan #ChooseTheRightTrack - Part 2
Published 08 September 2013
Following on from part 1 of this blog Jack outlines the seven point plan for change to improve the effectiveness of current anti-doping.
Axiomatic that continued progress is needed in education and research programmes on the causes, consequences, effects and detection of doping in sport.
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