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Topic - David Howman
Jamaican officials have done "exactly what we've asked" to get their anti-doping program back in order after failing to test their world-beating sprinters in the months ahead of the London Olympics, the director of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Wednesday.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it is "totally outrageous" that a Russian scientist reportedly offered to sell a seemingly potent and undetectable new muscle-building drug to undercover journalists.
The World Anti-Doping Agency expects a breakthrough within weeks to catch athletes who use human growth hormone.
Criticizing the NFL Players Association for blocking tests for human growth hormone, the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Thursday the union's objections are "not about science" and have "no substance."
The World Anti-Doping Agency says its e-mail system was attacked in February 2008, but has no evidence that its computer network was later breached.
The World Anti-Doping Agency could suspend the Turkish drug-testing laboratory that reported an apparent "false positive" for American basketball star Diana Taurasi.
She said the Jamaican agency's new leaders need time to rebuild a solid anti-doping program.
"They're getting there and will be as the months go on," Howman said in an interview on the sidelines of the Tackling Doping in Sport conference at Wembley Stadium. "They've got the commitment from the government. They've got the new board of governors. They've got a new executive director. They've got plenty of money and they're in position to be able to do what they have to do."