WADA Director of Science Dr. Olivier Rabin is the driving force behind November’s international conference in Paris to examine ways to enhance the pharmaceutical and bio-technology industries’ role in the fight against doping in sport.Dr. Rabin talks to Play True about the rationale of the conference and how the idea developed. [ More ]
WADA offers support on visit to Kenya
WADA President John Fahey used a recent visit to Kenya to re-emphasize the need for transparency and government support in helping to implement robust anti-doping programs in a nation renowned for its achievements in athletics.During the visit Mr. Fahey, accompanied by WADA’s Regional Director for Africa, Mr. Rodney Swigelaar, met the Kenyan Minister for Sport, the Hon. Ababu Namwamba. [ More ]
Video clips drive anti-doping awareness
WADA has produced a series of 15-second video clips to help drive its ‘Say NO! To Doping’ awareness campaign.The four short clips will be broadcast at WADA events and during WADA presentations up to and including during the World Conference on Doping in Sport in Johannesburg in November 2013. [ More ]
Focus on anti-doping education in Asia
The development and implementation of anti-doping education programs was top of the agenda at the recent WADA Regional Education Symposium in Shanghai.Approximately 50 representatives from 24 countries attended the Oct. 17-18 event, which was hosted by the China National Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA) and opened by WADA President John Fahey. [ More ]
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