The anti-doping agency's science director, Olivier Rabin, said he would read the study with interest, but doubted it would change the group's ban on EPO.
"If you look at what happened, it's not WADA's system that has been hacked," WADA director of science Olivier Rabin told The Associated Press on Wednesday on the sidelines of an anti-doping symposium. "The data that has been hacked was very specific information only made available for the Rio Olympics. So we have tens of thousands of athletes in the system who have absolutely nothing to fear. It's just a fraction of ADAMS that was hacked."