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Fahey to stay as WADA president for 3 more years

Fahey to stay as WADA president for 3 more years

John Fahey is set to serve a second three-year term as president of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The Australian, who was elected president in November 2007 before assuming the volunteer position two months later, says he is "deeply committed to further advancing the global fight against doping in sport."
Fahey adds that "over the past three years, this fight has continued to make significant strides under WADA's guidance and coordination."
WADA vice president Arne Ljungqvist was also endorsed to stay on for another three-year stint at a meeting of the organization in Montreal on Sunday.