It's a wonder why any athlete would risk a doping scandal - and their careers - when there are perfectly legal ways to enhance performance. Steer clear of the meldonium, folks, and don't even think about pushing peptides. Today's best sports teams are dosing up on smart devices strapped inside their jerseys, which collect data on their every move.
"Really, the big use at the moment is understanding player training loads and therefore being able to control training loads to minimise risk and maximise performance", Professor Aaron Coutts, a sports scientist at the University of Technology, Sydney.
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