Doping crisis: Wada yet to receive leaked blood data at the heart of explosive Sunday newspaper investigation

The two experts who analysed results on behalf of The Sunday Times have hit back at the IAAF's claim that their findings were 'confusing and misleading'

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The World Anti-Doping Agency has not yet received the leaked blood test data at the heart of The Sunday Times’ explosive investigation, despite promising to open an inquiry.

Many of the thousands of test results analysed by The Sunday Times overlap with information held by Wada, which denied being responsible for the leak.

“Wada condemns the leak of confidential information and wants to assure athletes of the world that they can have full confidence in our anti-doping administration and management system (Adams),” Wada director general David Howman said in a statement.

The two experts who analysed results on behalf of the newspaper have hit back at the International Association of Athletics Federations’ claim that their findings were “confusing and misleading”.

Michael Ashenden and Robin Parisotto said they had “rebutted each and every one of their so-called ‘serious reservations’” raised by the IAAF.

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