The Olympics in London will have the largest anti-doping program in the history of the Olympics. The coming weeks the International Olympic Committee will supervise around 6250 doping tests and that is more than ever before.
Around 1000 people will work with the anti-doping collecting urine and blood samples from the athletes during the competitions and the controls have already started.
In Athens in 2004 it was collected positive doping tests from 26 athletes in total. In Beijing in 2008 the number of athletes was 20.
Let's hope for a clean game this year!
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