WADA elects new president Craig Reedie

Craig Reedie

Running unopposed, Craig Reedie was unanimously elected the new president of the World Anti-Doping Agency on Friday.

Reedie, 72 and the International Olympic Committee vice president, led the British Olympian Association from 1992 to 2005 and succeeds Australian John Fahey.

Reedie is WADA’s third president after Fahey (2008-13) and Dick Pound (1999-2007).

The Scot will take office Jan. 1.

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