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WADA

abbreviation for
(General Sporting Terms) World Anti-Doping Agency: an independent agency working towards eradicating the improper use of drugs in sport
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Musa Wada scored 748 votes, followed by Abubakar Idris with 710 votes, the former governor Captain Idris Wada came third while Senator Dino Melaye came fourth.
"It has come to our attention through media reports that NDTL has been suspended by WADA for a period of six (6) months owing to "non-conformities with the International Standard for Laboratories (ISL) as identified during a WADA site visit," BCCI stated in its letter to NADA.
After trading offense with Wada (21-11) in the first two rounds, Johnson turned his aggression up a notch in the third and put the Japanese to the ground where he proceeded to pummel his opponent with knees and fists.
Among its initiatives, Wada employs sustainable farming through the wise use of land resources, water conservation and management, careful herbicide and pesticide applications, and soil-enriching crop rotation practices.
The White House and the global athletic community have joined together to help restore faith and integrity in international sport, and that starts with reforming WADA. I am pleased that WADA has begun to implement initial steps to improve its governance structure, and I look forward to seeing the Agency operate in a more accountable, democratic, and athlete-centered manner in the future, ONDCP Director Jim Carroll said.
According to Bozdar Wada police, the clash occurred between two groups of criminals including Nazeer Gopang and Nang Gopang near Bozdar Wada due to old enmity and both groups fired shots upon each other with sophisticated weapons.
But Russian sports minister Pavel Kolobkov and WADA bosses, most notably president Sir Craig Reedie, have been in regular contact ever since the first group of experts left Moscow empty-handed on December 21 and a three-man team is now scheduled to arrive on January 9.
Noting that the first deadline was missed, WADA said its independent Compliance Review Committee (CRC) is scheduled to meet on January 14-15 to consider if RUSADA should be declared non-compliant again -- a move that would have major repercussions.
WADA decided that more investigation was needed and hired an outside law firm "to help in determining a path forward," according to a news release.
'I am bitterly disappointed that data extraction from the former Moscow Laboratory has not been completed by the date agreed,' said Wada president Craig Reedie.
One of the conditions of the RUSADA ban being lifted was to allow independent access to the raw data held at the Moscow lab, but on December 21 WADA admitted it had been unable to "complete its mission".