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24-hour biological passports keeping the Olympics clean

13 Jun 2024
Sonia Nicholas
Managing Editor and Clinical Lead
24-hour biological passports keeping the Olympics clean

Join Christiaan Barlett, Lab Operations Manager at King's College London's Drug Control Centre, as he discusses athlete biological passports, an innovative system for the detection of blood, steroid, and growth hormone doping, ensuring fair competition in elite-level sporting events like the Olympics. During the Paris 2024 Olympic games, the turnaround time for passport testing changes from 20 days to an astonishing 24 hours, so that cheats can be detected quickly. Bartlett explains how this is possible with the highest possible accuracy.

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