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Doping: WADA chief Fahey highlights China crisis

China remains the "major source of supply" for illegal performance-enhancing drugs, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president John Fahey told AFP in an interview here on Tuesday. His comments came after WADA director-general David Howman told a news conference at a London hotel on Tuesday that "99 percent of illegal substances come from China". Howman added the "same bad guys" were involved in both match-fixing and the supply of illegal drugs because of the huge sums of money involved in each case.

Doping: Cycling has 'crisis of confidence' - WADA chief

Cycling faces a "crisis of confidence" over doping after the Lance Armstrong scandal, World Anti-Doping Agency head John Fahey said on Tuesday, as he called for tougher laws to combat drugs in sport and society. WADA and the International Cycling Union (UCI) have been at loggerheads over how to proceed since a damning US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) dossier led to the Texan rider being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles for drugs offences.

Doping-Aussie sports must cough up more for anti-doping - WADA

By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE, Feb 8 (Reuters) - An explosive report lifting the lid on "widespread" use of performance enhancing drugs in Australian sport showed the country's professional leagues had patently failed to build robust anti-doping regimes, WADA chief John Fahey has said.

UPDATE 1-Cycling-WADA v UCI row escalates over truth and reconciliation

(Adds UCI's response) By Julien Pretot PARIS, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The long-standing row between the International Cycling Union (UCI) and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) took a farcical turn on Tuesday when WADA boss John Fahey denied having agreed to work with the UCI on a truth and reconciliation process.
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