>Germany’s anti-doping agency has warned athletes about steroid-tainted meat in Mexico that could lead to positive tests.
The NADA warning says the meat in Mexico is more tainted with clenbuterol than in China.
It says athletes traveling to Mexico should be “very careful” about what they eat. The warning was issued after two travelers were tested upon their return from Mexico.
Three-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador has based his defense for a positive test on tainted meat in Spain. The world anti-doping agency has appealed against his clearance by the Spanish cycling federation.