Privacy is latest obstacle to drug testing
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- After years of fighting steroids and drug cheats, the World Anti-Doping Agency is facing a new obstacle -- the right to privacy.
WADA president John Fahey begins a European tour Tuesday and will face questions about the agency's revamped "whereabouts" rule for out-of-competition testing.
The agency is confronting increasing complaints about a system that requires athletes to give three months' notice of their location for one hour each day -- seven days a week, ...
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