WADA asks Britons to review ban rule
LONDON -- The World Anti-Doping Agency has asked the British Olympic Association to review its policy of giving a lifetime Olympic ban to any athlete previously suspended for doping.
On Thursday, the Court of Arbitration for Sport threw out an IOC rule that bars any athlete who has received a doping suspension of more than six months from competing in the next games.
The BOA reiterated its commitment to its bylaw which has been in place since 1992, although WADA director-general David ...
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