USADA posts test statistics on a quarterly basis, by sport and by athlete, as soon as possible following the completion of each calendar quarter.In response to a high volume of interest in the testing statistics for the professional boxing event held on May 1, 2010 between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Shane Mosley, the following is a summary of program information:
Both Mayweather and Mosley were tested a total of eight times by USADA between March 22, and May 1, 2010, with seven of the sample collections occuring with no advance notice leading up to the fight, and the eighth occuring immediately following the fight.
All eight of each athlete's USADA sample collections included urine, and four of these collections for each figher also included blood testing.
Samples were collected up through April 26 for urine testing and through April 13 for blood testing, as well as for both urine and blood testing immediately upon conclusion of the figh on May 1. Collections were conducted using a balanced test distribution schedule, and with no allowances for black-out or cut-off dates.
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The full statistics are available in webpage form here.