Infographic: How to Catch Cheating Athletes
Infographic: How to Catch Cheating Athletes
Anti-doping agencies are tracking levels of various molecules in athletes’ blood and urine over time to increase their ability to detect drug misuse.
Infographic: How to Catch Cheating Athletes
Infographic: How to Catch Cheating Athletes

Anti-doping agencies are tracking levels of various molecules in athletes’ blood and urine over time to increase their ability to detect drug misuse.

Anti-doping agencies are tracking levels of various molecules in athletes’ blood and urine over time to increase their ability to detect drug misuse.

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The Race to Nab Cheating Athletes
The Race to Nab Cheating Athletes
Anna Azvolinsky | Sep 1, 2019
Anti-doping organizations are constantly developing new tests to catch athletes trying to boost their performance in increasingly sophisticated ways.
New Role for Anti-Doping Facility
Cristina Luiggi | Aug 2, 2012
Once the 2012 Olympics are over, the newly established drug testing lab will be turned into the world’s leading center for metabolic phenotyping.
Anti-Doping Research Gets Creative
Sabrina Richards | Jul 27, 2012
Elite runners maintain fantastic levels of fitness, with low body fat percentages and high maximal aerobic capacity.
Anti-Doping Research Gets Creative
Sabrina Richards | Jul 26, 2012
Scientists work hard to keep up with ever-evolving performance enhancement techniques that go undetected by existing tests.
Frankenlympics?
Bob Grant | Jul 26, 2012
Allowing athletes to enhance their performance by using genetic engineering to manipulate their DNA may become a reality of future Olympic Games.
Anti-doping Lab Set for Olympics
Jef Akst | Jan 19, 2012
The most high-tech laboratory in the history of the Olympic Games is prepared to begin athlete testing in London.
Don’t Dope, Athletes
Jef Akst | Sep 14, 2011
New doping tests that could be used at the 2012 London Olympics should ward off cheaters better than ever before.