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WADA: National anthems but no flags for Indonesia, Thailand

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has confirmed that the national flags of Indonesia and Thailand cannot be officially displayed at MotoGP, WorldSBK, F1 or other motor racing events until 'non-compliance' has been lifted. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP WADA told Crash.net that the official flag ban, which includes podium ('medal') ceremonies and applies 'immediately to any Thai/Indonesian athlete/driver and/or team', is among the consequences of being ruled non-compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code. However, both national anthems can still be played at the events in question, which range from regional...
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