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National Rugby League Chief Medical Officer Says League 'Doesn't Need Supplements'
Published March 12, 2013
BLACK CLOUD: In Sydney, Simon Benson wrote the NRL has demanded that the Gillard government "throw more resources into the drugs in rugby league investigation as fears emerge that the 'black cloud' hanging over the sport could last the entire season." NRL CEO Dave Smith has even offered" financial and other support to help speed up" the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority's investigation. Smith: "ASADA has been given a huge task and it needs more resources to get it done as it only has a small unit for a very large task" (DAILY TELEGRAPH 3/12).