Track investigating 17 blood passport violations
LONDON -- Seventeen track and field athletes face possible bans after doping violations were uncovered by the blood-profiling program, an IAAF official said Wednesday.
Thomas Capdevielle, the medical and anti-doping results manager of the International Association of Athletics Federations, said 36 cases have been identified since the biological passport program went into effect in 2009.
Speaking at the Tackling Doping in Sport conference in London, Capdevielle said 19 athletes have ...
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