In this Article, authored for the World Sports Law Report, Amrut Joshi analyses the dismissal by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, of an appeal made by swimmer Amar Muralidharan against the decision of the Anti-Doping Appeal Panel of India’s National Anti-Doping Agency.

Specifically, Amrut draws the reader’s attention to the Sole Arbitrator’s move to censure India’s National Anti-Doping Agency for the procedural delays in Muralidharan’s case, which he explains should serve as a warning to other national anti-doping agencies worldwide to make sure delays do not permeate their systems.

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