25th June 2004 at 01:00
This summer chemists will work hard in labs around the world to test samples to catch the cheat. So if you were in charge of anti-doping tests, who would you test, how often and what will you test for? How will you handle the athlete who says they took a medicine for pain relief for an injury or a cold or a headache without knowing the medication contained a substance on the banned list. Look at the website www.wada-ama.orgent1.asp and try their activities to see just how fair they try to be.

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