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Sporting Codes Wary Of Australian Independent Tribunal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 23 / 17

The Turnbull government "has sought to avoid another bruising stoush with Australia’s professional sporting codes" by inviting them to "opt-in" to a new integrity framework in which athletes accused of doping and match-fixing will be judged by an independent tribunal, according to Chip Le Gran...

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