The Anti-Doping Approach Commission established by the Dutch Olympic committee and cycling union, announced that doping was endemic among Dutch cyclists for years.

According to the report by the independent Commission, the vast majority of the Dutch cyclists felt they had little choice but to dope, particularly after the introduction of blood-booster EPO. Moreover, the Anti-doping Commission stressed that those measures such as the biological passports and out-of-competition testing managed o...

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