WADA to appeal in Australia Rules supplements case


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  • Tuesday, 02 Jun 2015

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is to appeal the decision by the Australian Football League (AFL) to acquit sports scientist Stephen Dank of doping charges.

Dank, who ran the supplements programme at Australian Rules club Essendon in 2012, was found guilty of 10 breaches of the AFL's anti-doping code in April but cleared of 21 others. Dank denies any wrongdoing.

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