WADA’s Independent Observers aim to ensure the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games anti-doping program is effective
The 2020 Paralympic Games got underway in Tokyo on Tuesday and amid all the tension, all the buzz and all the anticipation for the action to start, one group of dedicated professionals is working hard in the background, doing their utmost to ensure that the athletes receive the support they deserve from an anti-doping program designed to protect them.
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