Olympics threat

WADA slams soccer authorities over doping reform

March 25, 2009
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has warned soccer officials that the sport runs the risk of being dropped from the Olympics if its authorities failed to recognise the reality of drugs cheats.

On Tuesday, European soccer's governing body (UEFA) joined forces with FIFA in unanimously rejecting WADA's controversial "whereabouts" rule that requires athletes to inform national anti-doping authorities of their location for an hour every day.

FIFA wants the rule to apply to teams ...

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