The second report by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) independent commission, understood to include shocking revelations of endemic corruption within IAAF and leading
athletics federations other than Russia such as track powerhouses Kenya, will likely make or break the nascent reign of newly-installed president Sebastian Coe.            
"When we release this information to the world, there will be a wow factor," warned the report's outspoken co-author and former WADA president Dick Pound in November.             
"People will say, 'How on earth could this happen?' It's a complete betrayal of what the people in charge of the sport should be doing," he added.            
The cross hairs of the first report fixed firmly on Russia. Accusations of systematic state-sponsored doping and corruption were enough to see the athletics giant banned indefinitely by the IAAF until it gets its house in order.

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