The Beijing issue of WADA's flagship magazine, Play True, is now available. As the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and International Paralympic Committee prepare for their anti-doping activities during this year's Summer Games, WADA puts in motion the resources and expertise that will oversee a range of important supporting responsibilities. This "Beijing 2008" issue of Play True profiles WADA's roles, including sending an Independent Observers mission, delivering Athlete Outreach and participating in the Pre-Games Testing Task Force.
Play True also features a guest editorial from IOC President Jacques Rogge on his policy of zero tolerance for cheaters, as well as an in-depth interview with Sir Craig Reedie, Chairman of WADA's Finance and Administration Committee, on resources and funding of the global fight against doping in sport.
Among other features are a report from WADA's Athlete Committee on its latest gathering, a look at what stakeholders' obligations are in relation to World Anti-Doping Code compliance reporting in 2008, and highlights of the growing success of ADAMS, the Web-based database management system for anti-doping organizations and athletes.
Click here to download a copy of Play True.