IOC chief backs plan for 4-year doping bans
AMSTERDAM -- IOC President Jacques Rogge supports proposals to double the length of doping bans to four years as a way of keeping drug cheats out of the Olympics.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is planning to raise the penalty from two to four years for serious drug violations in the next version of the global anti-doping code, which comes up for approval next year and goes into effect in 2015.
"We are waiting for the final text but already what is on the table today is something that ...
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