JADCOJamaica Attractions Development Company
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Bolt predicts there will not a repeat of the drug-testing crisis in his homeland, however, saying: "I think Jadco has some issues that they have now addressed, so hopefully things will be better in the future."
Powell's lawyer has vowed to appeal the decision handed down by a three-member panel of the JADCO Disciplinary Panel, which unanimously ruled that Powell, who blamed his positive result for a banned stimulant on a nutritional supplement, was negligent.
Jadco wanted to defer the commission's audit to next year which angered Fahey, who was quoted by Irish daily The Independent, as saying, "To suggest to WADA they're not ready to meet with us to talk about their problem until sometime next year is unsatisfactory, it's totally unacceptable to me and we shall act appropriately within an appropriate time frame."
In an interview with The Associated Press, JADCO chairman Herbert Elliott dismissed Shirley's figures as lies and described her as ''a bit demented'' and ''a Judas.''
But JADCO appealed that ruling, saying the drug in question had a similar chemical structure to the banned tuaminoheptane.
However, JADCO itself then appealed the verdict saying the substance had a similar structure to tuaminoheptane, a banned stimulant according to the World Anti-Doping Agency.
JADCO is a joint venture betw-een Oman Investment Corporation, Aqeeq Aviation Holdings of Kuwait, and Jadwin Aviation, located in
The lesson of cases like Jadco for small-business owners and individuals who control corporations is this: If you want the rights of a policyholder, you must be the policyholder or an insured under the policy.
4042 Jackson Lewis P.C 1209 JADCO Manufacturing, Inc.
"The disappointing thing here is that Usain Bolt is not come out publicly berating the Jamaican Anti-Doping Commission (Jadco) for not doing their job.
London, Nov 23 ( ANI ): The board of the Jamaican Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) has reportedly resigned in the wake of a drug-testing crisis following concerns that Jamaica's athletes have not been tested rigorously enough.
Now Dr Paul Wright, the senior doping control officer with the Jamaican Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) warned of possible deeper problems in the country's sport following positive tests.