Armstrong case 'done' - Wada chief
- From the section Cycling
World Anti-Doping Agency president John Fahey says Lance Armstrong's case is "done and dusted" and it would take "something close to a miracle" for the disgraced former cyclist's lifetime ban to be overturned.
The Australian also says Jamaican drug testers "have to do better" as he announces further support for the island's doping controllers.
Armstrong was given a lifetime ban in 2012 after failing to contest a US Anti-Doping Agency case against him, while several top Jamaican athletes have failed recent drug tests.