WADA: Remaining sports fall in line
LONDON -- The last five Olympic sports that had failed to fully comply with global anti-doping rules have now fallen into line, ensuring their presence in the Games.
Gymnastics, wrestling, volleyball, handball and modern pentathlon have met World Anti-Doping Agency requirements by starting out-of-competition testing programs, WADA director general David Howman told The Associated Press.
"They have done what was expected," Howman said. "This removes the impediment that was in the way ...
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