OPINION: 3 Modest Proposals For The IOC Drug Summit

Law360, New York (October 6, 2016, 5:04 PM EDT) -- On Monday, Oct. 10, the International Olympic Committee will host in Lausanne, Switzerland, what its press release called an anti-doping summit focusing on "the protection of clean athletes and, more specifically, on a review of the WADA [World Anti-Doping Agency] anti-doping system." Given the doping chaos surrounding the Rio Olympics and Paralympics, the summit is not a moment too soon.

In particular, stating that WADA has a system appears to be somewhat of an overstatement. By WADA's own admission, it did not detect massive doping at the Sochi Olympics. Then, in an unprecedented manner, it recommended the ban from the Rio...

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