WADA cites five sports for falling short with testing programs
LONDON -- Gymnastics, wrestling and volleyball were among five Olympic sports cited by the World Anti-Doping Agency for failing to implement consistent out-of-competition testing programs.
Handball and modern pentathlon were also described as falling short in complying with the World Anti-Doping Code, which was approved in 2003 and sets out drug-testing rules across all sports and countries.
The findings were submitted in a report to the WADA executive committee and foundation board ...
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