Stand-off on whereabouts clause continues

Updated: 01 June 2010 09:22 IST

Indian players rejected the whereabouts clause which requires them to give details of their location three months in advance for out of competition testing

Stand-off on whereabouts clause continues

Mumbai:

The Indian players rejected the whereabouts clause which requires them to give details of their location three months in advance for out of competition testing.

Even as the stand off on the whereabouts clause of the World Anti-Doping Agency continues, BCCI said that the players have met the representatives.

"Players have met with World-Anti Doping representatives. Only need to figure out final details of 'whereabouts clause'," BCCI said.

The ICC and BCCI will meet again to resolve Anti-Doping issue.

Earlier, the WADA official also dismissed notions that sharing their whereabout in advance would jeopardise players' security.

"I don't have access to that (athlete) information, so that shows how strong we are about it. We have four people in our organisation who have access. They have all been through full security, police checks and the like. So from my point of view there is nothing more that we can do," World Anti-Doping Agency Director-General David Howman has said.



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