Coe warns potential drug cheats at Olympics that they ‘will not sleep easily’

<div><ul><li>Games will not be drug free but technology much improved</li><li>World Athletics president admits security will be ‘complicated’</li></ul><p>Sebastian Coe has admitted <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/article/2024/may/29/french-fries-why-chips-are-off-the-menu-at-the-paris-olympics">the Paris Olympics</a> this summer will not be drug free, but his fervent hope is that they will be cleaner than previous games.</p><p>Asked at the Hay Festival on Wednesday whether he thought the Games, which begin on 26 July, will be free from drugs controversy, the World Athletics president said that “the answer to that is, sadly, no”.</p> <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/sport/article/2024/may/29/sebastian-coe-warns-potential-drugs-cheats-at-olympics-that-they-will-not-sleep-easily-athletics">Continue reading...</a></div>

  • Games will not be drug free but technology much improved
  • World Athletics president admits security will be ‘complicated’

Sebastian Coe has admitted the Paris Olympics this summer will not be drug free, but his fervent hope is that they will be cleaner than previous games.

Asked at the Hay Festival on Wednesday whether he thought the Games, which begin on 26 July, will be free from drugs controversy, the World Athletics president said that “the answer to that is, sadly, no”.

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the Paris Olympics this summer will not be drug free, but his fervent hope is that they will be cleaner than previous games.

Asked at the Hay Festival on Wednesday whether he thought the Games, which begin on 26 July, will be free from drugs controversy, the World Athletics president said that “the answer to that is, sadly, no”.

Continue reading…

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  • Games will not be drug free but technology much improved
  • World Athletics president admits security will be ‘complicated’

Sebastian Coe has admitted the Paris Olympics this summer will not be drug free, but his fervent hope is that they will be cleaner than previous games.

Asked at the Hay Festival on Wednesday whether he thought the Games, which begin on 26 July, will be free from drugs controversy, the World Athletics president said that “the answer to that is, sadly, no”.

Continue reading…


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