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REVEALED | Doping report shows Covid affected drug testing: rugby, bodybuilding top offenders

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Covid-19 may have impacted on the SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport (Saids), but from a schoolboy rugby perspective, it was still able to uncover five positive tests from the 34% of the players it tested at the Grant Khomo and Craven weeks.

The respective Under-16 and Under-18 weeks that form part of SA Rugby's Elite Player Development pathway didn't take place in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19.

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