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Volume: 11 Issue: 6
(June 2013)

doping vijay singh case ‘negligent application doping rules vijay singh filed lawsuit 8 may seeking damages pg tour ‘reckless administration

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Doping: Vijay Singh case: ‘negligent application’ of doping rules

Vijay Singh filed a lawsuit on 8 May seeking damages from the PGA Tour for its ‘reckless administration and implementation of its Anti-Doping Program’, after it suspended the Fijian golfer for use of ‘deer antler spray’. Stacey Shevill, an Associate with Squire Sanders, examines the case and the implications of bringing such an action against anti-doping authorities.

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