BCCI backs players on WADA rule

  • Total Shares
ICC Media and Communications manager Brian Murgatroyd and legal head Ian Higgins greet BCCI officials N. Srinivasan and Ratnakar Shetty after an emergency session to discuss the Indian cricketers' refusal to sign the clause with World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Mumbai on August 2, 2009. India's cricket chiefs have backed the country's top stars who refused to sign an anti-doping code, raising fears of a stand-off with the sport's world governing body. The decision-making working committee of the BCCI met in an emergency session in the western Indian city to discuss the players' refusal to sign the WADA code because they said it infringed their privacy. India's top players are the only ones in world cricket who had not signed the WADA documents by the August 1 deadline set by the ICC. (AFP Photo)

Leave a comment