Spain Sports Minister: Doping a Problem
Spain to crack down in bid for Olympics
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On Tuesday, Spain’s minister for sports acknowledged that country has a problem with doping that must be addressed as Spain bids for the 2020 Olympics. Jose Ignacio Wert, minister of Education, Culture, and Sport said he would crack down on doping violations and bring Spain in line with WADA’s anti-doping code. “Of course we have a problem with doping, there’s no secret it’s one of the hottest topics of the moment,” he said. The statement follows last week’s Court of Arbitration for Sport decision to ban Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador for two years. Madrid on Tuesday submitted a bid to host the 2020 Summer Olympics.
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