Only drugs can stop the sports cheats


The Finnish cross-country skier Eero Mäntyranta won two gold medals in the 1964 Olympics and accumulated an impressive tally of medals during his career. Later it turned out that he has a mutation in a gene called EPOR that means he produces up to 50 per cent more red blood cells than normal. The east African runners who dominate distance events have also been shown to have at least one genetic advantage: their lower legs are thinner and weigh on average 400 grams less than those of Danish athletes,
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