"Obviously, it's very much welcomed as you could tell by the loud applause," said Edwin Moses, the chair of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. "As the global voices continue to unite and grow to protect clean athletes, having the commitment from a powerful NOC and host of the 2028 Games supporting justice and reform could be a real game-changer."
"The potential is unlimited," said Moses, chairman of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation and a member of the National Track and Field Hall of Fame. "Sports build life skills and can be used for social change. Laureus has been doing this all around the world."