"If it's successful, it could be a structure that others could follow, and a structure that could be put into place internationally," said David Howman, the former director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency, who now chairs the AIU. "These governing bodies don't like having internal views of their own when it comes to problems in their sport. It doesn't look good. It's the wrong perception. They need to have something more distant."
"It wasn't good," said David Howman, the former World Anti-Doping Agency director general who played a role in Jamaica's many reboots. "The only testing effectively done in relation to Jamaica was done by the IAAF (track's governing body). The problem there was the testing was done in Jamaica by people who had conflicts. There were some issues."