AP Interview: WADA president heads to Jamaica 'to make sure the errors will not be repeated'

The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency is traveling to Jamaica to check whether the Caribbean island has put its house in order and set up an effective drug-testing program in the tiny nation that produces the world's dominant sprinters.

Craig Reedie will become the first WADA president to visit Jamaica, which came under scrutiny following revelations of a complete lack of out-of-competition testing among its athletes in the months before the 2012 London Olympics.

Jamaica has revamped its drug-testing program after an audit by WADA and set up a new national anti-doping agency.

Reedie tells The Associated Press "I want to meet with them and make sure that the errors which were made in the previous regime have been addressed and will not be repeated."