Olympics ‘Riskiest Ever’ for Drug Cheats

Olympics ‘Riskiest Ever’ for Drug Cheats. The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport is warning athletes departing for the 2012 London Olympics to stay clean or get caught, as the games will be the ‘riskiest’ ever for drug cheats. This is according to SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport CEO, Khalid Galant, who says that while the…

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SAIDS is playing it’s part

South Africa is a leading nation in the fight against doping, according to David Howman, the director general of the World Anti-doping Agency. Hayman was speaking on Saturday at a Wits seminar on sports law and anti-doping in Johannesburg. “South Africa is probably one of the most committed countries to this movement and Saids (the…

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Legal Seminar June 2012

Legal Seminar June 2012 Andrew Breetzke – Applying the SA Anti-Doping Rules David Howman – Understanding the World Anti-Doping Code Dr. Shuaib Manjra – Closing comment Julien Sieveking – How WADA review decisions Liam Shirley – National Federations Compliancy with SAIDS and Doping Nick Kock – Input on changing SA Anti-Doping Rules and Code Review…

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Dopers Warned ‘Compete Clean’ or Get Caught

Dopers Warned ‘Compete Clean’ or Get Caught – Today is National Drug-Free Sport Day* and The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) is issuing a stern warning to doping athletes to ‘compete clean or get caught’, with the implementation of new blood tests for easier detection of designer drug and blood dopers. Following the recent…

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