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VCB still in limbo ... IAAF yet to confirm/reject JAAA's 'public warning'
The International Association of Athletics Federa-tions' Doping Review Board has still not decided on whether it should reject or approve the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association's Disciplinary Panel's recommendation that Veronica Campbell-Brown should receive a public warning for a doping violation.
Entire Jamaican anti-doping board resigns
The entire board of the controversial Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission has resigned, the country's minister with responsibility for sport said on Friday.
The Daily Record
Euan McLean: Scot is leading fight for the soul of sport in war against drug cheats
SIR Craig Reedie faces massive challenges in bid to stamp out drugs - but new role could be his greatest legacy to sport.
Bolt says Jamaican doping issues costing him money
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt said on Saturday that controversy over Jamaica's anti-doping program is scaring off potential sponsors and costing him money.
Bolt - Doping controversy costs me cash
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt said today that controversy over Jamaica's anti-doping programme is scaring off potential sponsors and costing him money.
Lax testing risks Olympic ban - Bach
Jamaica and Kenya risk being banned from future Olympic Games if their drugs testing programmes fail to come up to scratch, International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach has warned.
Where there's a will there's a way . . . or so Reedie and Pound hope
A S more than 1000 delegates arrived in Johannesburg yesterday for the World Anti-Doping Agency conference, the departing president John Fahey outlined the scale of the task facing his successor, Sir Craig Reedie, whose appointment will be rubber-stamped on Friday.