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  • #16
    Meanwhile....

    British Cycling allowed to use private drug-testing labs by UK Anti-Doping - Wada

    UK Anti-Doping allowed British Cycling to drug test its own riders in a private laboratory, an investigation by the World Anti-Doping Agency has confirmed.

    In 2011, British Cycling staff broke rules by collecting samples and using a non-Wada accredited laboratory.

    It was for the purpose of screening for nandrolone, a prohibited substance.

    The investigation confirmed "potential wrongdoing by individuals in both British Cycling and Ukad at that time".

    Despite the findings, neither Ukad nor British Cycling face any punishment.

    Wada said it was making "no corrective recommendations" because those involved in the events of early 2011 are no longer employed by Ukad or British Cycling.


    https://www.bbc.com/sport/cycling/58974838

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post
      Meanwhile....

      British Cycling allowed to use private drug-testing labs by UK Anti-Doping - Wada
      INteresting. I know the WADA rules but is there an actual logical difference between using a private lab to test multiple supplements for nandrolone contamination vs testing the athlete's urine to see if nandrolone contamination from those multiple supplements appears?

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