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Volume: 16 Issue: 2
(February 2018)

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exceptional case uk anti-doping ryan bailey 30 may 2017 two representatives canadian centre ethics sport (‘cces attended upon lamport

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The exceptional case of UK Anti-Doping v. Ryan Bailey

On 30 May 2017, two representatives from the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (‘CCES’) attended upon the Lamport Stadium in Toronto where Toronto Wolfpack RLFC (‘Toronto Wolfpack’), the world’s first transatlantic sports team, were training. The events that followed were exceptional and resulted in a significant anti-doping decision of 2017 as Ryan Bailey was found to have borne ‘No Fault or Negligence’ in refusing/failing to submit drug sample collection. Michael Forrester and David Seligman of Brandsmiths, who represented Mr Bailey and Toronto Wolfpack in the proceedings, explain the details of the case and why they believe it to be a landmark judgment.

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