John Fahey has double duty in Australia
BRISBANE, Australia -- John Fahey, head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, has taken on another role in his native Australia: making sure victims of recent catastrophic flooding don't get ripped off by unscrupulous repair people.
This past November, Fahey was endorsed for a second three-year term as WADA president, a volunteer position. This week, he accepted Australia prime minister Julia Gillard's offer to be head of a new "inspectorate" to oversee federal disaster funding.
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