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Fair to medalling

Fair to medalling

After all, if we can get drugs and cycling into the same sentence without having to inform WADA, that really would be a gold medal performance.

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  • IMI and World Anti-Doping Agency join forces IMI and World Anti-Doping Agency join forces

    Under the agreement, IMI and WADA will work to identify knowledge gaps that are affecting both parties and then establish collaborations to address these needs. ... Irene Norstedt, IMI acting executive director, said: “Many aspects of WADA's

  • GSK wins sports contract

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has signed a deal with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to help scientists develop early detection methods for drugs that have performance-enhancing potential in sport. ... GSK will supply WADA with confidential information about

  • GSK to operate lab service for 2012 Games

    WADA)  accredited satellite laboratory at the Games.

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