The World Anti-Doping Agency's Response To The Senate Didn't Go Well
The U.S. Senate tried to make sure WADA was doing its job. The organization's response probably won't win anyone over.By Carter Woodiel | July 9, 2016
The World Anti-Doping Agency is supposed to help penalize athletes who take banned drugs. But recently, people have been saying the organization isn't doing its job.
Those critics include the U.S. Senate, and when the Senate told WADA to explain itself, the response was less than convincing.
The Senate asked why WADA took so long to investigate the Russian track and field team, which will miss the Olympics after numerous doping allegations.