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Culture, Media and Sport Committee
In August the Sunday Times published a series of articles commenting on a database of test results from athletes taken between 2001 and 2012, which its experts argued showed abnormal results for a number of endurance runners.
The Committee explores the allegations (which have been strenuously rebutted by the International Association of Athletics Federations) that the IAAF failed to follow up test results from some prominent athletes which raised suspicions that blood doping had occurred.
Evidence given by Nicole Cooke MBE, former professional road cycle racer (via videolink)
Evidence given by Sir Craig Reedie, President, and Olivier Niggli, Director General, World Anti-Doping Agency.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Culture, Media and Sport Committee hears from Nicole Sapstead, Simon Cope and Dr Richard Freeman