IOC urged to test athletes earlier
MONTREAL -- The World Anti-Doping Agency wants the IOC to test athletes further ahead of Olympic competitions to catch drug cheats.
A WADA panel that monitored the anti-doping program at the London Olympics suggested Tuesday the IOC adopt its tactics instead of simply conducting more tests. An Olympic-record 5,132 tests were conducted after the athletes village opened and eight athletes were caught.
"It may be useful to consider limiting future increases to overall test numbers in ...
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