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RUSADA Makes Steps Toward Credibility; Isinbayeva Likely Out As Board Chair

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 22 / 17

The Russian Anti-Doping Agency is "ready to take its first toddling steps back to credibility later this month," according to Bonnie Ford of ESPN.com. So said WADA's Foundation Board, which "lengthened RUSADA's leash slightly Thursday without unclipping it." RUSADA will be permitted to begin "limite...

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