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Tour de France will use thermal cameras to spot hidden motors

engadget Monday, 27 June 2016
For decades, the world of cycling has struggled to come to terms with the amount of doping in the sport. Lance Armstrong leads a long list of athletes who have used performance-enhancing substances to win, but in recent years, technology has given ri...
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News video: The Latest Cheating Scandal in Professional Cycling: Hidden Motors

The Latest Cheating Scandal in Professional Cycling: Hidden Motors 01:25

The hottest new way to cheat in pro cycling is with hidden motors — hence the International Cycling Union's new thermal cameras.

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