Matt McGrath
BBC

October 5, 2011

Anti doping officials say they will be educating cleaners and other staff to report suspicious behaviours or materials.

A record 5,000 tests for performance enhancing drugs will be carried out during the period of the London games.

But researchers believe that testing based on intelligence from law enforcement, customs and cleaners would be more effective.

Anti doping officials say that even with what they term a “world record” amount of testing at the 2012 Olympics, the chances of catching determined cheats would still be low.

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