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Olympian appeals to Parliament to expand ASADA\'s powers MP3

The Federal Parliament is considering granting ASADA greater powers in the wake of the AFL and NRL supplements doping scandal. The changes would allow the anti-doping agency to work more closely with police and intelligence agencies and ban athletes from working with sports professionals who've been involved in doping. Two-time Olympian Kim Crow says the need to protect the 'clean' athletes trumps concerns about impi... Source: abc.net.au

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