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LONDON - Former World Anti-Doping Agency chairman Dick Pound vowed Tuesday to get to the bottom of allegations of systematic doping in Russia as he leads an investigation into a case that has shaken the sport of track and field.Were not there to whitewash anything, Pound told The Associated Press. Were there to get the facts, reach conclusions and make recommendations.WADA announced Tuesday that Pound will head a three-person independent panel that will investigate the grave accusations of widespread doping, coverups and corruption in Russia that were broadcast by German television network ARD.If all these things are true, its extremely serious for sport, for athletics, for the countries involved, Pound said in a telephone interview.Veteran Canadian sports arbitrator Richard McLaren will also serve on the commission, while a third member will be announced later. WADA said the investigation will begin next month.The panel will seek to determine if there have been any violations of the World Anti-Doping Code by athletes, coaches, doctors, trainers and WADA-accredited laboratories that could lead to sanctions against individuals or organizations.WADA said the panel will review the evidence aired by the German broadcaster as well as other information received separately by the agency.Once the investigation is concluded, if it is found that there have been violations or breaches of the rules, WADA will ensure that any individuals or organizations concerned are dealt with in an appropriate fashion under the World Anti-Doping Code, WADA President Craig Reedie said.The appointment of Pound indicates that WADA will investigate fully and without restriction.The outspoken Canadian IOC member took a tough line in his decade as WADAs first chairman from 1999-2008. He previously led the International Olympic Committees internal probe into the Salt Lake City bid scandal that resulted in the resignation or expulsion of 10 members.Its far too early for me to know whats going to happen, how fast we can do it, how much travel we may have to do, Pound said. I think you have to wait and see what evidence you get as opposed to what you may suspect.Pound said he was already familiar with past problems at the Russian doping lab. He chaired the WADA committee that made sure the lab improved its operations to avoid suspension ahead of the Winter Games in Sochi.The appointment of the WADA panel was welcomed by the International Association of Athletics Federations, whose independent ethics commission is also investigating the allegations.The IAAF takes this opportunity to reiterate its full support of the WADA investigation, IAAF President Lamine Diack said. Our primary concern must always be to protect the integrity of competition in support of the vast majority of clean athletes, and we look forward to working with WADA to this end.Earlier this week, Diacks son — Papa Massata Diack — suspended his work as a marketing consultant for the IAAF pending its investigation. IAAF treasurer and council member Valentin Balakhnichev — who heads the Russian athletics federation — relieved himself of his duties while the investigation is continuing. Both men were accused by ARD and French sports daily lEquipe of involvement in coverups.The German documentary appeared to show reigning Olympic 800-meter champion Maria Savinova admitting to using the banned steroid oxandrolone. Three-time Chicago Marathon winner Liliya Shobukhova was also reported to have paid 450,000 euros ($560,000) to avoid a doping ban so she could run at the 2012 London Olympics. Shobukhova was eventually banned for doping and she said some of the money was refunded.ARD also claimed the IAAF did not probe 150 suspicious blood samples from 2006 to 2009. The IAAF said it launched its biological passport only in 2009 and could only use the data collected earlier for target purposes.Pound dismissed comparisons to the scandal surrounding Ben Johnsons positive test after the 100 metre final at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.The Ben Johnson thing was a one off, Pound said. It wasnt a Canadian system of doping, whereas in the former East Germany and a number of the Warsaw Pact countries it was a little more organized and systematic.___Follow Stephen Wilson on Twitter: http://twitter.com/stevewilsonap Justin Tucker Jersey. Wait until next year comes around. Bruce Chen pitched four-hit ball into the seventh inning and Kansas City beat the Chicago White Sox 4-1 on Sunday in the finale of the Royals best season in 24 years. 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The Rangers got win No. 63 overall, ensuring that they will avoid their first 100-loss season since 1973. "It puts a big smile on my face, just to know theres no three digits in our loss column," said Bogar, 10-6 since Ron Washington resigned. "But other than that, we know as an organization were not a team thats a 100-loss team. Were not heading in the wrong direction. Its just a little bump in the road for us." Rodriguez made his major league debut two weeks ago, and at the time had the most minor league games for any current player before finally getting to the majors. "Its a thrill. To put in all that time in the minor leagues, and keep playing, and playing, and playing. A lot of guys would have given up," Astros interim manager Tom Lawless said. "Thats the thing about baseball; you never give up. You never know, you might get the cchance.dddddddddddd Because your dream is a little kid is to play Major League baseball. And there he is." 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