WADA report reveals limited testing in cycling at the Rio Olympics

An independent report suggested that there were serious failings in the anti-doping controls at the Rio Olympics

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WADA independent observers focused on the Olympics say that they were surprised by the limited in-competition testing for serious drugs in cycling, swimming and athletics at the Rio de Janeiro Games.

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) issued the 55-page Report of the Independent Observers overnight. It noted some "surprising" aspects.

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