2013 report on doping violations: 34 cases of China top Russia

2013 report on doping violations: 34 cases of China top Russia
According to the Associated Press, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) recently released a report on doping violations in 2013. Among the total of 1,953 doping incidents, Russia ranked first with 225 cases, and Turkey ranked second with 188 cases.There are 34 doping violations in China, ranking 13th among 115 countries and regions.The picture comes from a screenshot of a network report. China’s 34 stimulant violations occurred in 14 projects, of which 9 were the most serious track and field events, 5 and 4 were swimming and fitness, and 1-2 were controlled in other projects.example.  Russia, which ranks first with 225 violations, has 42 cases in track and field events; Turkey, which ranks second, has 53 cases in track and field events and 48 cases in weightlifting; India ranks third in the world with 90 cases.There are a total of 43 violations in the United States, with track and field and bicycles having up to 9 cases respectively.  From the perspective of the project, track and field are also the hardest hit areas of stimulant incidents. In all 1,953 cases of stimulant incidents in 2013, there were 280 illegal incidents in track and field, accounting for 14.3%.Heavy sports and cycling ranked second and third in the doping list with 252 and 203 cases respectively.  The doping violations released by WADA include two types of positive doping tests and biological passport violations. WADA said that the data is the most comprehensive doping test statistics of the year, covering direct drug testing and non-analytical survey data.World Anti-Doping Agency Chairman Craig Reddy said in a statement: In 2013, we sanctioned nearly 2,000 doping violations, covering almost all projects, and absorbing doping is still the biggest threat to the development of modern sports.  The Associated Press finally commented in the report that the inclusion of Russian athletes was repeatedly exposed to ingestion of doping. A German television station has specially produced a program to expose the inside story of Russia’s absorption of doping. WADA has set up a special three-person monitoring team to investigate many Russian doping.Miscellaneous and obscure stimulant problems.According to Dick Pound, the team leader, the results of the internal investigation are expected to be announced by the end of this year.(Feng Qingyun Dan) Attached the distribution of 34 cases of violations in China: the distribution of 34 cases of violations in China