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Australian Institute of Sport Provides Organizations With New Doping Framework
Published July 8, 2014
AFL, UNION SHOW SUPPORT: In Melbourne, Caroline Wilson reported the AFL "has thrown its unequivocal support behind its medical director Peter Harcourt, despite being unaware he had been filmed as the keynote speaker at a Zurich conference on drugs in sport last November." Harcourt "has also been given the backing of the AFL Players Association, despite the misgivings of some individual footballers that the long-serving league doctor had been indiscreet in making comments about retiring repeat illegal drug offenders" (THE AGE, 7/7)