Diana Taurasi cleared in doping issue
Doubt about testing procedures and labs that do them undermines anti-doping efforts
This is the kind of week the World Anti-Doping Agency dreads. Two high-profile athletes cleared of anti-doping charges, and both cases leave observers with many questions about the process of drug testing, fairness, accountability and standards.
Tuesday, 2010 Tour de France winner Alberto Contador was ruled not at fault for a positive test for clenbuterol. He was cleared by the Spanish cycling federation, which accepted his explanation that the banned substance got into his system ...
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