The International Olympic Committee has nominated Craig Reedie to succeed former Australian finance minister John Fahey as president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, it said today.
The World Anti-Doping Agency may boycott a probe of the International Cycling Union’s relationship with Lance Armstrong because of “significant concerns” about the review panel’s ground rules.
The World Anti-Doping Agency wants U.S. authorities to quickly turn over evidence collected in an investigation of Lance Armstrong to help fight doping in cycling.
John Wilcockson, who has been to 44 consecutive Tours de France and wrote six books about Lance Armstrong’s victories, counts himself among those taken in by the confessed doping cheat.
Kenya opened an investigation into reports athletes in the East African nation used performance enhancing drugs after the World Anti-Doping Agency voiced similar concerns, Sports Secretary Hassan Wario Arero said.
Organizers of the Gran Fondo New York bike race don’t want an amateur Lance Armstrong among the 6,000 cyclists competing in the 105-mile event next weekend.