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FINA’s Shanghai World Championships clear of doping


27 Aug 2011
Lausanne, Switzerland: The International Swimming Federation (FINA) has just announced that 362 doping tests were conducted at the 14th World Championships in Shanghai, China, from July 16-31. This total represents 311 urine samples (including 43 EPO screenings) and 51 blood samples. No anti-doping rule violations were reported.

FINA has also informed the IOC that 42 new championship records were set at the 3rd World Junior Swimming Championships in Lima, Peru, from August 16-21. In all, 528 athletes from 58 countries took part. The next edition will be held in 2013 in Casablanca, Morocco. Details on www.fina.org 

Source: www.olympic.org
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