WADA issue drug warning Noreen and her two brothers ran five drug hotlines that fielded 54,000 called over a period of four months.
THE World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has warned the International Cricket Council (ICC) it will intervene if it does not resolve a stand-off between Indian cricket chiefs and the country’s drug-testing body. A WADA spokesman confirmed the ICC had been sent a letter in July urging it to settle the dispute between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Indian National Anti- Doping Agency (NADA). If the row is not resolved, the case would be referred to WADA’s Compliance Review Committee, raising the possibility that the ICC could be deemed non-compliant by the global antidoping watchdog. The…
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