Adamas to carry on smart testing ahead of SEA Games and Asiad

KUALA LUMPUR: The Anti-Doping Agency of Malaysia (Adamas) will continue with efforts to curb the use of banned substances among certain athletes by carrying out smart testing ahead of the two major multi-sports Games – the SEA Games and the Asiad.

Adamas director Azura Abidin said the smart testing mechanism will focus on sports where there is a high risk of athletes using banned substances to improve performances.

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