A Step Towards Transparency
“I think it’s a great idea to publish data. It’s an athlete saying, ‘I have nothing to hide.’ If everyone had to do it then maybe someone would think twice before they cheat.”
– Great Britain’s former World 1,500 silver medalist Lisa Dobriskey explaining why she thinks athletes should have to share their blood test data publicly. She is among eight British athletes, including Mo Farah, who gave permission to The Sunday Times to release their data. *Discuss
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