New Delhi: In order to avoid a repeat of Monika Devi doping scandal-like incident before the Olympics, the National Anti-Doping Agency has tested the urine samples of all the athletes except for a few who have been based abroad for training, its Director General said on Wednesday.
NADA Director General Mukul Chatterjee on Wednesday told PTI that all the Indian athletes, except for a few who have been based in foreign countries for training, have undergone mandatory dope testing.
He said those athletes who have been based in foreign countries for training for some time would be tested by the Olympic Doping Control Team when they checked in at the Games Village in London.
"It's mandatory that all the athletes will have to be tested three months prior to any mega event. That we have done for all the athletes except for a few who have been based in foreign countries for training like Vikas Gowda and Om Prakash Karhana," Chatterjee, who took charge recently, said....more
05:17 PM, Jul 25, 2012