WADA seeks whistleblowers' input on Russian doping

MONTREAL (AP) The World Anti-Doping Agency has set up an online site for whistleblowers to report information about doping in Russia.

WADA set up a three-person independent commission in December to investigate allegations made in a German television documentary of widespread doping and cover-ups in Russia, particularly in track and field.

WADA says on its web site that is ''encouraging you to contact us, in confidence, to share information related to the allegations or any other doping suspicions or concerns.''

The agency attached a secure online form for users to send in their information. The notice is also included in Russian.

The WADA commission, headed by former president Dick Pound, is scheduled to deliver its findings by the end of the year.


On the web: https://www.wada-ama.org/en/report-doping/

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