Since its inception, WADA launched a particularly active in several areas: developing agreements with the IFs of Olympic sports on the conduct of samples during the competition and unexpected samples during the preparation process; extension of practice for testing of athletes and tougher sanctions, increase the list of prohibited substances and methods, based the ability of anti-doping laboratories accredited by the IOC; forming its own independent policy of anti-doping activities and to ensure its support from the IOC, NOCs, IFs, governments, international organizations (UN, Council of Europe, UNESCO, etc.). After the announcement of WADA pillars of its activities, it became clear that at least two points lead to serious problems in the fight against doping. First, among many of its activities WADA found no opportunity to allocate the most important – large-scale cooperation with experts working directly in the preparation of athletes (coaches, doctors, scientists, nutritionists, etc.), the creation and development for various sports programs pharmacological model to ensure the training and competitions aimed at the prevention of occupational diseases, more efficient use of functional resources of the body in training and competitive activity, the acceleration reduction reactions, etc. The absence of such direction could not lead to hidden, the ever-evolving a confrontation between anti-doping laboratories, WADA, on the one hand, and between coaches, doctors and other professionals working directly with athletes – on the other. Secondly, the content alarmed last section, which, as experience shows, has become a major activity in the Agency and at the same time the source of most of its problems, as the basis for their work laid the creation of WADA "Own independent policy of anti-doping work," instead of forming common with the IOC and the federations of policies followed by its implementation of WADA. This concept, in our view, the error was bound to lead to formation of an isolated system of doping control, many elements of which could not be in conflict with the interests of not only athletes but also federations, Olympic committees.