VN's Charles Pelkey continues to file stories from the Third-World Conference on Doping in Sports, focusing today on the election intrigue looming over WADA's selection of a new president tomorrow. Yesterday he detailed the chaos that evolved in the wake of Jean-Francois Lamour's sudden decision to remove himself from consideration, despite being put forth by EU countries who had assured him of winning. That left former NSW premier John Fahey as the lone official candidate. Now, the EU countries have dredged up another former French minister of sport Guy Drut as the EU nominee. Only it's past the deadline for submitting candidates, and now everyone is screaming and pointing fingers at each other. Obviously WADA is the entity most qualified to save Cycling from the cheats.