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Moscow • Sochi's anti-doping director says 2,500 drug tests will be conducted at next year's Winter Olympics, about 350 more than at the 2010 Games in Vancouver.
Alexei Slautin, head of Sochi's anti-doping section, said in a statement Thursday on the Russian Sports Ministry's web site that another 600 tests are planned for the Paralympics.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says 2,149 tests were done at the previous winter games.
In all, the Sochi Games will have 13 doping control stations 10 at competition sites and three in the athletes villages.