Agence France-PresseMay 17, 2013 15:01
The fight against doping cheats in sports could reach breaking point if more money is not found to finance testing programmes, a top official told AFP.
The director-general of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), David Howman, believes that his organisation is under increasing pressure to catch cheats.
But governments, already feeling the pinch of the global economic crisis, have been unwilling to match their demands with hard cash.
"It really worries me because I think nobody knows how much we have to do now," Howman said in an interview.