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Doping-Lamour quits as WADA vice-president

PARIS, Oct 16 (Reuters) WADA vice-president Jean-Francois Lamour announced today he had quit from his job and pulled out of the race to become president of the World Anti-Doping Agency.

The Frenchman, a former sports minister in his home country, had been seen as a leading candidate to succeed Dick Pound as president until the late candidacy of Australian John Fahey.

The election of the new WADA president will be held on November 17.


Story first published: Wednesday, October 17, 2007, 12:59 [IST]
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