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training picUNESCO Funded DCO Training coming to the Caribbean RADO

January 17, 2014 | By | Filed Under Sports 

Guyana is part of 15-member body

By Franklin Wilson

“There is more to being an athlete than training, exercise, valour and victory. An athlete must also be responsible and informed,” this is how the Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organisation (Caribbean RADO) describes an athlete. Banned drugs in sports has seen entities the world over, led by the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) teaming up, to combat this growing threat to clean competitive rivalry on and off the field of rivalry.

The Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organisation, Chairman Dr. Adrian Lorde (seated 3rd left), Executive Director – Tessa Chaderton-Shaw (seated 3rd right) and Alfred King (standing right) among other Board Members.