FIFA will allocate additional money for the fight against doping for the 2018 world Cup
01:15, Saturday, 17 September, 2016
Experts FIFA revealed 905 doping tests, which proved positive for banned substances. All tests were conducted in the period from 2006 to 2015-th year. In 2018, the year the anti-doping organization will allocate $ 1.5 million.
The head of the Department explained that all sample players were passed from 2006 to 2015. While not specified, on which the competition was held fence, provided only that all athletes perform under the auspices of FIFA.
Also Jiri Dvorak said that the budget for anti-doping activities in 2018, the year will increase to $ 1.5 million.
As explained by the technician during the years of the Mundial organization will spend $ 1.5 million on the fight against doping. The rest of the time, when such big tournaments are not held, the budget is reduced to $ 1 million per year.