Wallader - Case review
Published 10 September 2013 By: Matthew Chantler
British shot putter Rachel Wallader failed a routine in competition drug test on the 1 May 2010 for the banned stimulant methylhexaneamine (MHA); arguably the first of the many MHA cases.
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Matthew, a solicitor at Mills & Reeve LLP, specialises in Sports Law and is an FA and RFL Registered Lawyer. He advises players' associations including Professional Players Federation, Professional Footballers' Association, PFA Scotland, Rugby Players Association, 1eagu3 and their members, a number of professional football clubs, players and agents on regulatory and legal matters.