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London Olympics: 9 athletes fail strict new doping tests

07-26-2012 14:11 BJT Special Report:2012 London Olympic Games |

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With just a day to go before the official start to the London Olympics, nine athletes have already failed strict new doping tests. The world’s second-largest drugs company and a leading university are at the forefront of this effort to make the games the cleanest yet.

The corporate giant Glaxo Smith Kline is calling it their very own thrilling Olympic race.

This corporate video boasting how quickly the GSK can get results.

The world’s second largest drugs company has partnered with London’s King’s College.

The lab equips.

providing scientists with a 30 million dollar state of the art lab.

Here a short distance from the Olympic Park some 6,000 drugs tests will be run using the most sophisticated methods of any Olympics…:

Helped by a huge international team of anti doping analysts, Professor David Cowlan .

Up to 400 samples will be tested every day in this unique partnership between academia and corporate enterprise.

Faster and more thorough they claim than at any other Games.


Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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