During its meeting in Moscow today, the IOC Executive Board (EB) decided to nominate Sir Craig Reedie as the Olympic Movement’s official candidate to become the next President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). WADA's presidency – a volunteer position currently held by John Fahey from Australia – alternates between the Olympic Movement and governments, with the Agency’s funding being shared equally between the two sides. Reedie has been an IOC member since 1994 and is currently an IOC Vice-President. He also serves on WADA’s Executive Committee and Foundation Board. The other two candidates who were vying for nomination by the EB were Patrick Schamasch and Edwin Moses.