French probe armstrong doping claims to have been ignored
by the WADA commission and denied.
In October, German newspap우리카지노er Bild claimed WADA had ignored evidence suggesting WADA were failing to properly detect some banned drugs – a complaint that was denied.
Two months ago, German newspaper Bild claimed German athletics had been given no evidence WADA failed to properly detect some banned drugs after tests had shown a “small but significant” proportion had been detected.
However, this was denied by the WADA commission.
Fitzgibbon and WADA’s general secretary, David Millward, told Sky Sports’ Soneira Nel, “We have always been in full compliance with our rulesjarvees.com.”
The German newspaper’s report was published on the same day the British Olympic Committee denied that any banned substances had been detected by the banned drugs testing service that works with the International Committee of the Red Cross and other bodies in sport.
The British Olympic Committee said that the report was false, adding: “These allegations have no merit.
“I can tell you it is impossible to meet what the International Olympic Committee [IOC] is investigating.”
The British Olympic Committee’s head of doping and anti-doping Chris Noble told reporters this week that an investigation had not yet taken place.
Fitzgibbon has been banned from all athletics since 2007
British Cycling – Britain’s national governing body – said it was the governing body of athletics which conducted the tests that found that four banned substances had been found.
British Cycling’s technical director, Mark Matthews, said: “We made some enquiries about doping at the 2012 London Olympics and we found these drugs but unfortunately I don’t know why they were not tested to see if they were involved in the British team, I would assume that would have been to be able to see if they should have been.
“And unfortunately I can’t explain why they weren’t tested. There are all these different things to be tested, and it’s not something we’ve ever been asked to conduct.”
The Wada executive committee and the UCI’s anti-doping commission have also yet to determine if the drugs detected were WADA’s or UCI rules-of-practice banned substances – and if so whether they were also detected by the tests run by the banned drugs testing service (BPS) used by the International Committee of the Red Cross and other sports bodies.
It is understood that as soon as the German and Italian investigations finishe