Clean water: All drug tests at swim Worlds negative
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- All 437 drug tests were negative at this summer's swimming World Championships.
The sport's governing body said Monday 237 athletes from 42 countries were tested for a total of 374 tests during the championships. In addition, the World Anti-Doping Agency, in cooperation with FINA, did 63 out-of-competition tests in the days leading to the Montreal meet.
FINA said 61 urine tests to detect the endurance-boosting hormone EPO and 313 conventional urine tests were done during the July 17-31 championships.
FINA said there were 204 tests in swimming, 26 in diving, 11 in synchronized swimming, 32 in open water events and 40 in water polo.
Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press
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