London 2010 Anti-Doping Testing Facility will run 24×7 to screen athletes


The BBC just got a look at the newly-unveiled anti-doping testing facility that’ll be used at the London Olympics this summer, hailed as the most high-tech, complete such facility ever conceived. We’re talking thousands of workers, testing going 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in a space estimated at the size of seven tennis courts, ensuring that results will be available in about 48 hours thanks to the nonstop pace of testing planned. Read more here on


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