Dick Pound

World Anti-Doping Agency

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Founding President of the World Anti-Doping Agency

Dick Pound on KCRW

The worst fears of Russia's track and field team have been realized.

IAAF Maintains Ban on Russian Track Team

The worst fears of Russia's track and field team have been realized.

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It's a saga that echoes the darkest intrigues of the Cold War: Dozens of Russian Olympic athletes accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs under state supervision, then faking…

Tarnished Gold: Will Russian Olympic Doping Jeopardize Rio?

It's a saga that echoes the darkest intrigues of the Cold War: Dozens of Russian Olympic athletes accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs under state supervision, then faking…

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