Biological passport to catch sports cheats

 作者:亓届     |      日期:2019-03-08 03:11:12
By Andy Coghlan ATHLETES be warned: the way illegal doping is detected is on the cusp of a radical change. On 2 December, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) released guidelines on the long-awaited “athlete biological passport”, a way to spot cheats by monitoring them for suspicious changes in normal physiology. The method would be used in addition to testing for specific drugs. The passport, which consists of a regularly updated record of blood measurements for each athlete, was first suggested in 2002 and is already being piloted by several sports federations,