Dick Pound

World Anti-Doping Agency

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Founding President of the World Anti-Doping Agency

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

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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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