Inside UEFA's EURO anti-doping programme

UEFA's comprehensive anti-doping strategy for UEFA EURO 2012 made sure that, as well as being a successful tournament on the field of play, it was also a drug-free one.

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  • Anti-doping control at UEFA EURO 2008

    Anti-doping control at UEFA EURO 2008

    A look behind-the-scenes at the successful anti-doping programme during UEFA EURO 2008.
  • UEFA Injury Study

    UEFA Injury Study

    We find out how UEFA has helped clubs to learn more about injuries with a groundbreaking study
  • The role of the doctor

    The role of the doctor

    We examine the job of the women's football doctor.
  • Knee injuries

    Knee injuries

    All players fear ACL and MCL injuries but what are they?
  • Forlán's nutrition guide

    Forlán's nutrition guide

    FC Internazionale Milano's Diego Forlán offers an insight into the diet of a professional footballer.
  • Shoulder dislocations

    Shoulder dislocations

    Find out more about one of the most painful injuries.
  • Back injuries

    Back injuries

    Spasms are easily caused but can be debilitating for several weeks.
  • Groin strains

    Groin strains

    Strains affect every player but there are ways of reducing the risk.
  • Hamstring pulls

    Hamstring pulls

    Dr Jan Ekstrom on one of the most common injuries in the game.
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