Three radical steps to derail doping in elite sport

Three radical steps to derail doping in elite sport

Elite British cycling outfit Team Sky “crossed an ethical line” by giving medicines to squad members which could be used to enhance performance, according to the new UK parliamentary committee report into doping in British cycling and athletics.

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