Doping-Russia on top of WADA agenda but maybe not much longer
Contributed by NAMPA / Reuters.
By Steve Keating
MONTREAL, May 15 (Reuters) - Russia will again be at the top of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) agenda when the Foundation board meets on Thursday but maybe not for much longer.
For four years WADA has been bombarded by criticism over its handling of the Russian doping scandal but two of the men at the heart of the investigation believe that despite the glacial pace getting to the bottom of the deceit, the process has worked.
Richard McLaren, the Canadian law professor ...