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  • Drug [r]: Substance taken to alter bodily functions, to relieve symptoms, cure or prevent disease, or to cause euphoria. [e]
  • Olympic Games [r]: A quadrennial multi-sport event organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) involving athletes from around the world in both summer and winter sport editions. The summer event was first staged at Athens in 1896 as a revival of the Ancient Olympics; the winter event was first staged at Chamonix in 1924. [e]
  • Sports [r]: Activity that involves skill and physical exertion, and is governed by a generally accepted set of rules and guidelines. [e]


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  • World Anti-Doping Agency [r]: An international, independent agency founded in 1999 to provide testing and evaluation services in the fight against doping in sports. [e]