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6, WADA Newsletter, Issue 34, June 2015
 

 

WORLD ANTI-DOPING AGENCY
#34 - June 2015

 

 
  NEWS
 
  Solomon Islands ratify UNESCO Anti-Doping Convention  
 
 
 

Country’s signature brings Oceania region closer to full ratification ahead of the 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea. [ More ]

 
 
 
  NEWS
 
  WADA launches new video interview series WADATalks  
 
 
 

Agency’s new video interview series to feature sport and government leaders. In this first interview, Sir Craig Reedie reflects on clean sport. [ More ]

 
 
 
  NEWS
 
  WADA signatories removed from Code’s non-compliant list  
 
 
 

WADA announced that, following a circular vote of its Foundation Board members, the Board has removed six signatories from the 2015 World Anti-Doping Code’s non-compliant list. [ More ]

 
 
 
  NEWS
 
  WADA Publishes New Anti-Doping Rule Violations Report  
 
 
 

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) published its first ever Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRV) Report, which reveals that 1,953 sanctions were levied for ADRVs that were committed in 2013. [ More ]

 
 
 
  NEWS
 
  WADA Statement on BBC Panorama Programme  
 
 
 

WADA has carefully viewed the BBC's Panorama programme which includes some allegations suggesting doping in athletics. [ More ]

 
 
 
  NEWS
 
  The WADA Interview: Mrs. Thorhild Widvey  
 
 
 

Thorhild Widvey is the Norwegian Minister of Culture, and a member of the WADAExecutive Committee. WADA recently caught up with Mrs. Widvey to discover more about her country’s passion for clean sport. [ More ]

 
 
 

 

 

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