Only 'dopey dopers' get caught says Howman

Only 'dopey dopers' get caught says Howman

Drug testing methods in sport are still rooted in the 1970s and better technology is needed to catch more than “dopey dopers”, former World Anti-Doping head David Howman said on Tuesday.

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