Sports doctor accused of masterminding doping network goes on trial – Reports

The murky business of doping in sport went under the microscope on Wednesday when the trial of a German doctor accused of masterminding an international blood-doping network dismantled last year opened in Munich.

Sports physician Mark Schmidt, 42, from Erfurt, and four co-defendants who allegedly aided him, are accused of helping at least two dozen athletes undergo blood transfusions to boost performance illicitly from “the end of 2011 at the latest”, according to state prosecutors.

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