WADA Is "Broken" and Should Be Replaced

– Forbes

One sure way to tell the weakness of an organization is to see what its supporters are saying about it. By that standard, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is very weak indeed.

For example, although WADA is half funded by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), 84 out of 85 IOC members in Rio last August opposed WADA’s position on the alleged Russian doping situation. Even more damning is what the president of WADA, who is also an IOC vice president, said in response to this vote: “I would like to think not all the system is broken, that part of the system is broken, and we should start to identify those parts that need full attention.”

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