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IAAF invite Harting to view anti-doping operation after YouTube "betrayal" video

IAAF invite Harting to view anti-doping operation after YouTube "betrayal" video

Germany’s Olympic discus champion Robert Harting, who led a group of athletes posting a YouTube message saying the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) had “betrayed” them by failing to combat doping in the sport, has been invited by the sport’s world governing body to visit their headquarters in Monte Carlo and see for himself the work they are doing.




London Marathon criticises IAAF “failure” after new claim that seven winners in last 12 years were “suspicious”

London Marathon criticises IAAF “failure” after new claim that seven winners in last 12 years were “suspicious”

London Marathon chief executive Nick Bitel has said he is “very concerned” by the latest doping allegations published by the Sunday Times, which claims seven London winners in a 12-year period recorded suspicious blood scores, and he criticised the International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) “failure to take effective action”.


IAAF accuses ARD and Sunday Times scientists of "seriously incorrect assertions" and condemns them for putting athletes under pressure

IAAF accuses ARD and Sunday Times scientists of "seriously incorrect assertions" and condemns them for putting athletes under pressure

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has challenged what it describes as “a number of seriously incorrect assertions” by the two scientists who worked on the recent ARD television documentary alleging widespread doping malpractice in the sport between 2001 and 2012, and has condemned them for placing athletes under media pressure through their “analysis of incomplete data". 







WADA says blood test data used in Sunday Times and ARD allegations pre-dated 2009 and does "not necessarily" show doping

WADA says blood test data used in Sunday Times and ARD allegations pre-dated 2009 and does "not necessarily" show doping

None of the leaked data used by German broadcasters ARD in last Sunday’s programme alleging widespread doping abuse in athletics comes from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s storage system, the latter body has confirmed, adding that the “great majority of the data pre-dates the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP), which was introduced in 2009".