The Winter Olympics next month will bring new attention to drug testing for world class athletes. Last year saw a number of them — especially in track and field — test positive for performance enhancing drugs.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has a new president, Craig Reedie, who is charged with implementing new rules and regulations designed to catch the cheats and even the playing field for clean athletes. The BBC's Alex Capstick reports.
- Alex Capstick, sports news reporter for the BBC. He tweets @Cappo61.
This segment aired on January 9, 2014.