24.08.2012 [CBSSports.com] - "He had a right to contest the charges," WADA President John Fahey said. "He chose not to. The simple fact is that his refusal to examine the evidence means the charges had substance in them." Copyright 2012 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press.
25.08.2012 [PBS NewsHour] - In a statement issued last night, Armstrong maintained his innocence in what he called -- quote -- "unconstitutional probe" and said "I refuse to participate in a process that is so one-sided and unfair." But John Fahey, president of the World Anti
24.08.2012 [Fox Sports] - ... turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get Adobe Flash Player. Lance Armstrong's decision to end his fight against drug charges is an admission the claims "had substance in them", World Anti-Doping Agency president John Fahey says.
24.08.2012 [LubbockOnline.com] - World Anti-Doping Agency President John Fahey said Wednesday he wasn't surprised baseball officials discovered Cabrera associate Juan Nunez purchased a website and attempted to create evidence to support a claim that the outfielder inadvertently took
The newly-elected chief of the sports' World Anti-Doping Agency, Australian John Fahey, pledges to forge stronger ties with governments in a bid to enforce a new doping code and... - 18.11.2007, ITNSource
http://www.chordmelody.com/newpage12.htm - John Fahey plays a fingerstyle solo guitar arrangement of "Joy To The World" from his instructional DVD lesson: "Christmas Songs and... - 22.09.2007, AddictingClips
25.08.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - The response of WADA President John Fahey? A rant in which he suggested that Contador was given a two-year ban instead of one because Zapatero had dared to open his mouth. Let me repeat: The president of WADA actually suggested publicly that an
25.08.2012 [Columbus Dispatch] - World Anti-doping Agency chief John Fahey said that Armstrong's decision not to contest the allegations adds up to nothing more than an admission of guilt. The debate over Armstrong's guilt will now rage, with some heavy hitters like longtime sponsor
25.08.2012 [Wilkes Barre Times-Leader] - ... in the USPS conspiracy,” a reference to Armstrong's former U.S. Postal Service cycling team. In all, USADA said up to 10 former Armstrong teammates were set to testify against him. “He had a right to contest the charges,” WADA President John Fahey
25.08.2012 [Ninemsn] - Firstly may I point out that John Fahey, the former NSW Liberal Premier, was the worst premier Australia has ever had. Now in his position as head of the Anti Doping Agency, his credibility as an administrator has sunk to new depths. Fahey assumes that
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24.08.2012 [Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - World Anti-Doping Agency chief John Fahey believes Lance Armstrong's decision not to fight doping charges meant there was 'substance' to those allegations and that he should be stripped of his seven Tour de France titles. By Reuters | Eurosport – Fri
24.08.2012 [Yahoo!Xtra Blogs (blog)] - ... contribution is sorely needed," said John Seffrin, chief executive officer of the American Cancer Society. However, World Anti-Doping Agency chief John Fahey said Armstrong's decision not to fight the charges could only be seen as an admission of
25.08.2012 [Yahoo! Sports] - ''He had a right to contest the charges,'' WADA President John Fahey said. ''He chose not to. The simple fact is that his refusal to examine the evidence means the charges had substance in them.'' ---. AP National Writer Eddie Pells, AP Sports Writers
26.07.2012 [Fox Sports América Latina] - El presidente de la Agencia Mundial Antidopaje (AMA), John Fahey, se felicitó el martes por los esfuerzos para detectar posibles casos de dopaje antes de los Juegos avanzando que 107 atletas han sido sancionados por dopaje en el último semestre.
28.07.2012 [Fox Sports América Latina] - El martes, en una rueda de prensa en Londres, el presidente de la Agencia Mundial Antidopaje (AMA), John Fahey, se felicitó por los esfuerzos para detectar posibles casos de dopaje antes de los Juegos, avanzando que 107 atletas han sido sancionados