Exclusive: Sending World Cup doping samples to Switzerland will rack up $250,000 in extra costs

FIFA doping control

By David Owen
April 29 – FIFA will run up $250,000 in extra costs as a result of having to send samples from this summer’s World Cup across the Atlantic for analysis, the chairman of the body’s Medical Committee has acknowledged, as he set out plans for the most extensive anti-doping controls ever at international football’s flagship tournament.

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