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New anti-doping plans worry athletes

British athletes have expressed concern at plans for their rooms to be searched by anti-doping officers during the London 2012 Olympics.

Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe wants every competitor to sign a contract before the Games to let their rooms be searched for blood doping equipment.

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“We don’t want to go as far as criminalising athletes,” Sutcliffe told BBC Sport.

“What we do want to see is that it could be a term of condition of entry into a competition for the Olympic Games – or whatever the sporting event – that people will be allowed to inspect the athletes’ accommodation”…..Read More

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