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Exclusive News From ARD German TV News Programme: New Methods for Detecting Anabolic Steroids Lead to Hundreds of Positive Doping Tests
Date:11/18/2013

found."

The two substances are classic anabolic steroids and are considered highly effective. "Traces of Oral-Turinabol were discovered, for example, in urine samples from the pre-competition testing at the 2013 World Athletics Championships," Moscow laboratory director Rodchenko confirmed. Oral-Turinabol at one time led to severe damage to the health of former East German athletes.

Cologne laboratory analyst Hans Geyer considers it sensible from a biochemical perspective to now also retest samples from all major sporting events with the new detection methods soon. "With these improved procedures, it will definitely be possible to isolate positive cases in high-risk sports," he said.

Talking to the ARD editorial staff, Arne Ljungqvist, chairman of the IOC's Medical Commission who shared responsibility for this retesting, expressed his surprise at the high numbers. The IOC member called for frozen doping samples from Olympic Games to be retested: "This case is a good example of the necessity of performing re-tests on Olympic doping samples. I would certainly conduct retests here. We have the mandate for that, after all." As a result of the eight-year limitation period that runs until the end of 2014, all doping samples from the Olympic Games since 2006 would come into consideration. The Director General of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), David Howman, considers it equally advisable that the IOC deal with this issue: "We can only recommend the re-tests, but we don't lecture. But we believe that information of this kind should be passed on to the IOC. If we make a sensible recommendation based on sensible facts I think that others will implement it."

These news will be transmitted at the tv-magazin "sport inside" (Monday, 18 November 2013, 22:45 CET) by WDR Cologne, which is part of the ARD German Te
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