IAAF says anti-doping tests fair
BRUSSELS -- The track and field governing body would like tougher rules on out-of-competition drug tests, flatly rejecting demands for a holiday break from doping controls for top athletes.
Backing the World Anti-Doping Agency in its standoff with scores of athletes across the globe, the IAAF said Thursday the requirement for top performers to give advance notice of their location for one hour every day is the least they can do to keep their sport free of cheating.
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