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  Biological passport to catch sports cheats  |  

ATHLETES be warned: the way illegal doping is detected is on the cusp of a radical change.

On 2 December, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) released guidelines on the long-awaited "athlete biological passport", a way to spot cheats by monitoring them for suspicious changes in normal physiology. The method would be used in addition to testing for specific drugs.





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  Murray attacks 'draconian' anti-doping rules  |  

Scot savages need to tell testers where he is every day
'Almost impossible to lead a normal life,' he says

Andy Murray has launched an outspoken attack on anti-doping rules which require athletes to inform testers of their location every day, describing the regulations as "draconian".

Britain's No1 tennis player is deeply unhappy with the out-of-competition testing system put in place by the World Anti-Doping Agency and his concerns are shared by Rafael Nadal, the Australian Open winner, who has said it shows a "lack of respect for privacy".




  What is drug testing?  |  

Some schools, hospitals, or places of employment conduct drug testing. There are a number of ways this can be done, including: pre-employment testing, random testing, reasonable suspicion/cause testing, post-accident testing, return to duty testing, and follow-up testing. This usually involves collecting urine samples to test for drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, PCP, and opiates.




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