Quote Of The Day
“The whole premise of intelligence-led testing starts from the unfortunate premise in reality that testing alone can’t catch and deter sophisticated drug cheats. The conventional testing processes only catch the dopey dopers. … sophisticated dopers can do things like micro-dosing, game the system in terms of their profile to avoid detection, and that’s the unfortunate reality. … There are a lot of athletes running in road races around the world for pretty big prize money week to week who are never subject to out-of-competition testing. So it is a bit of a serious problem in fact, and I think the Abbott World Marathon Majors are really leading the way, setting the example for the rest of the industry. It’s something as an industry athletics needs to think about, how out-of-competition testing can be funded for other races.”
– Athletics Integrity Unit head Brett Clothier talking about the Abbott World Marathon Majors’ and AIU’s new out-of-competition investigation and intelligence-driven testing program.
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