December 16, 2022 | News | No Comments
THE WORLD ANTI Doping Agency (WADA) have released their annual doping report, detailing drug testing in sport in 2014.
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Among many other details in the meaty 202 page document, it was revealed that there was one “atypical” finding from the 2014 Six Nations, out of more than 100 in-competition tests.
The report does not reveal any details as to the location or date of the test, but it does state there were no positive tests during the competition.
The WADA report glossary states that an atypical finding is not necessarily a positive test, but does require further investigation.
While no blood testing was conducted during the tournament, there were 111 in-competiton tests carried out, with the single atypical finding representing 0.9% of the total.
The full WADA testing figures for 2014 can be read in full here.
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