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  1. Brian Cookson: New anti-drugs unit would 'restore faith'

    …A new independent anti-drugs body could be created to "restore faith" in professional…

    …A new independent anti-drugs body could be created to "restore faith" in professional cycling. The International…

    …A new independent anti-drugs body could be created to "restore faith" in professional cycling. The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced plans to create an Anti-Doping Tribunal to… deal with…

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  2. Usain Bolt targets sub-19 second 200m world record

    …2009 World Championships. Despite winning five Olympic and World individual sprint titles…

    …Brown - in 2013. "There were mistakes but there weren't any serious drugs," he said. "It is still bad: the drug scandal…

    …Veronica Campbell Brown - in 2013. "There were mistakes but there weren't any serious drugs," he said. "It is still bad: the drug scandal. But it was a good thing it wasn't like they were deliberately…

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  3. Mexico profile - Timeline

    drugs gangs Over 50,000 people thought to have died from drug-related violence between…

    drug-related violence between 2006-12. Drugs traffic into US worth an estimated $13bn Regions along Mexico…

    …crackdown on Mexico's brutal drugs gangs Over 50,000 people thought to have died from drug-related violence between 2006-12. Drugs traffic into US worth an estimated $13bn Regions …

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  4. Sir Bradley Wiggins will try to break world hour record

    …in 1994 and British Olympic champion Chris Boardman two years later. Boardman returned on…

    …records set by Scotland's Graeme Obree in 1994 and British Olympic champion Chris Boardman two years later. Boardman…

    …of aerodynamic equipment. In 2000, it had ruled traditional bikes had to be used, stifling innovation and cancelling records set by Scotland's Graeme Obree in 1994 and British Olympic champion Chris…

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  5. Jens Voigt breaks track cycling's hour record

    Olympic champion… record from 1972. Sosenka, 38, whose career ended when he failed a drugs

    …records set by Scotland's Graeme Obree in 1994 and British Olympic champion Chris Boardman two years later. Boardman…

    …records set by Scotland's Graeme Obree in 1994 and British Olympic champion Chris Boardman two years later. Boardman returned on a traditional bike in 2000 to set a new record of 49.441km, 10m further…

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  6. BBC - Press Office - Network TV Programme Information BBC Week 7 Winter Olympics 2010

    Olympics 2010 Saturday 13 February – Day 2 WINTER OLYMPICS 2010 Winter Olympic Opening…

    …Day 2 WINTER OLYMPICS 2010 Winter Olympic Opening Ceremony Saturday 13 February 12.00noon-1.00pm BBC TWO and BBC HD…

    Olympics Saturday 13 February 7.30-9.15pm BBC TWO and BBC HD 7.45pm Men's Downhill The Olympic skiing gets under way in style with live coverage from Whistler of the Men's Downhill, one of the blue…

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  7. Should some drugs be allowed in sport? Your reaction

    drug takers. In business people don't take drugs to… There is no such thing as a performance…

    …professional sports for drug takers. In business people don't take drugs to get ahead and neither should they do so in…

    …I am appalled that so many sports competitors take drugs in order to boost their prospects of success. If they get away with drug taking, it sets a bad example to not only future generations, but to…

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  8. BBC - Podcasts and Downloads - Olympics 2012

    …the new Olympic Stadium in Stratford, we find out about the Builder’s Olympics from an…

    Olympic ban after admitting doping, speaks candidly about the prospect of competing at this summer’s Olympics in advance…

    Olympic Association finds out if the World Anti-Doping Agency has succeeded in lifting the lifetime Olympic ban for British drug cheats. Victor Conte, the controversial sports nutritionist behind the…

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  9. UK customs 'ignore drug suspects to beat Olympic queues'

    …Suspected drugs couriers are being waved through customs checks because of understaffing…

    …Suspected drugs couriers are being waved through customs checks because of understaffing at Heathrow Airport…

    …Suspected drugs couriers are being waved through customs checks because of understaffing at Heathrow Airport, immigration officers have told the BBC. They say alerts have been ignored on several… for…

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  10. Ye Shiwen row: IOC says it will catch Olympics drugs cheats

    Olympic organisers have said their drug testing programme is strong and "if there…

    Olympic organisers have said their drug testing programme is strong and "if there are cheats, we will catch them…

    Olympic organisers have said their drug testing programme is strong and "if there are cheats, we will catch them". Doubts were raised over the performance of Chinese gold medallist Ye Shiwen… Olympic

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  2. Games-Doping takes spotlight from teenage champs at Asian Games

    …By Julian Linden INCHEON, South Korea, Sept 30 ( ) - The ugly spectre of drugs in sport…

    …By Julian Linden INCHEON, South Korea, Sept 30 ( ) - The ugly spectre of drugs in sport took centre stage at the Asian…

    …By Julian Linden INCHEON, South Korea, Sept 30 ( ) - The ugly spectre of drugs in sport took centre stage at the Asian Games on Tuesday when two athletes, including a gold medal winner, were kicked…

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  3. Games-Malaysian loses Asian Games gold medal over doping

    …week to be expelled from the Asian Games for drugs but the first medallist. There was no…

    …Asian Games for drugs but the first medallist. There was no immediate reaction from her or Malaysian team officials but…

    …The 22-year-old Tai became the third competitor in the last week to be expelled from the Asian Games for drugs but the first medallist. There was no immediate reaction from her or Malaysian team…

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