10 July 2008
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WADA President Reflects on Threat of Doping to Public Health

Date: July 10, 2008

As a growing number of countries ratify the UNESCO International Convention against Doping in Sport and pass more rigorous laws against trafficking doping substances and facilitating doping, WADA's President John Fahey stresses that doping is not limited to elite-level athletes and poses a serious threat to greater public health. In the third of a series of b-roll segments posted on WADA's redesigned online media center, Fahey reflects on the advances in the fight against doping in sport and on WADA's success in combating doping through monitoring and compliance with the World Anti-Doping Code.

Click here for the interview titled “The World Anti-Doping Agency’s Charter: Monitor of the Code.”