UK Anti-Doping agency future in 'jeopardy' says David Kenworthy
David Kenworthy, chairman of UK Anti-Doping, tells the BBC that his organisation is "in jeopardy" because of the threat of a 25% cut in government funding.
Speaking to BBC sports editor Dan Roan, Kenworthy is adamant that should these cuts go ahead then the "integrity of UK sport is at risk".
Kenworthy says they would need "time and means" to make up income and, if not, then it would be difficult to fulfil the purpose it exists for.
- BBC Sport