Doping tests of athletes with European record with ten years of aging
The European athletics federation are going blood and urine samples of athletes, a European record, at least ten years longer. That was announced by the Norwegian director Svein Arne Hansen Monday.
He is following the anti-doping policy imperatives of the International Olympic Committee, that the samples that are collected from anti-doping tests for the past ten years saves. “We want the cheaters in our sport never give the feeling that they get away with playing because they are not immediately caught,” said Hansen.
The IOC caught last year with new methods of detection more than a hundred olympians in the re-test of blood and urine samples, which were taken at the Olympic Games of Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012.
Last week it was announced that the Jamaican Nesta Carter in a retest was caught on doping. The estafetteploeg with Usain Bolt had to go in for the gold medal on the 4×100 meter hand.
Hansen suggested last week, a task force in which all the existing European atletiekrecords going to investigate. These records should be according to the European bond a hundred percent sure that they are pure.