Unions want to stop rec drug testing
LONDON -- The player unions representing footballers and cricketers in England have called for recreational drugs to be removed from the World Anti-Doping Agency's prohibited list.
Rather than punishing athletes who test positive for cocaine and marijuana during in-competition testing with a two-year ban for a first offense, the groups the focus should be on rehabilitation.
"We have to make sure that a guy struggling with a problem can step forward and receive help to get that issue ...
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