MPCC to meet with WADA chief Reedie - News shorts

Christopher Froome heads to anti-doping control

The Movement for a Credible Cycling (MPCC) has accepted an invitation from the World Anti-Doping Agency's President Sir Craig Reedie to meet and discuss the group's concerns over the governance of WADA . The MPCC issued a press release last month calling for Reedie to resign, and criticising the agency for its handling of the Chris Froome salbutamol case, the use of tramadol in sports, Operación Puerto and whereabouts rules. Reedie replied with a stinging letter, saying the MPCC had an 'over-simplified' view of the Froome case, and said its criticism of WADA's handling of Operación Puerto showed "an astonishing lack of knowledge and understanding". After accepting the invitation to meet, the MPCC issued a press release stating that it had "succeeded in being considered by WADA as a legitimate interlocutor", and thanked its members. "MPCC and all its members hope that this meeting will be the perfect opportunity to ...

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