Claims of lax dope controls face opposition
The Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) has hit over at assertions of poor organization and an absence of controls by a previous official, however surrendered it had led less tests as of late because of an absence of assets.
Renee Anne Shirley, a previous senior counsel to Jamaica's games clergyman and JADCO's official executive until prior in the not so distant future, composed of "vexing" truths about JADCO's work in a basic article in Sports Illustrated without much fanfare.
Shirley said that between February 2012 and the begin of the London Olympics in July, JADCO completed only one out-of-rivalry test.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) issued an articulation on Thursday urging JADCO to react `direly and properly' to Shirley's remarks, which have accompanied a string of positive doping tests returned by Jamaican competitors lately.
JADCO said its strategies and techniques were in keeping with global principles in an articulation issued on Thursday.
They had been explored by "Semi legal figures as the Jamaica Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel and Jamaica Anti-Doping Appeals Tribunal, and legal figure outside of Jamaica, the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which as of late as in the not so distant future discovered them past condemnation," JADCO said.
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