China's Sun Yang sits alone on the edge of the pool after a relay heat at the 2019 Fina world championships in Gwangju, South Korea. Photo: EPA
China's Sun Yang sits alone on the edge of the pool after a relay heat at the 2019 Fina world championships in Gwangju, South Korea. Photo: EPA
Nazvi Careem
Opinion

Opinion

Nazvi Careem

Sun Yang’s anti-doping charges should be thrown out: the case closed on the night bumbling testers failed to show credentials

  • Fina and China anti-doping rules say each member of the collecting team must show ID proof; only one of the three in Sun’s case was able to do so
  • ‘Wada should drop [the case] because it’s expensive and they should lose on the merits of the case,’ investigative journalist Rick Sterling says

China's Sun Yang sits alone on the edge of the pool after a relay heat at the 2019 Fina world championships in Gwangju, South Korea. Photo: EPA
China's Sun Yang sits alone on the edge of the pool after a relay heat at the 2019 Fina world championships in Gwangju, South Korea. Photo: EPA
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