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Story highlightsFormer WADA chief Dick Pound claims only 10% of drug cheaters are being caughtPound says if athletes are prepared for tests, they won't get caughtQuestion have been raised over swimmer Ye Shiwen's record breaking performancesCalling London Games "clean" would be "ambitious" says Pound

Only 10% of drugs cheats are being caught at the Olympics. former anti-doping chief Dick Pound told CNN on Wednesday.

The London Olympics have been dominated so far by the displays of 16-year-old Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen, whose world record time in the 400 meter individual medley prompted questions about her performances.

John Leonard, executive director of the World Swimming Coaches Association described Ye's performances as "disturbing" but the young swimmer dismissed the allegations and Olympic officials insist that she is clean until proven otherwise.

"My results come from hard work and training and I would never use any banned drugs," she said.

Pound, who retired from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in 2008, said "anecdotally, maybe 10% of athletes use drugs and we're catching one or two of them."

He warned that the issue of drug cheating was "getting dumbed down" as sports organizations become "more worried about corruption."

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"If you get caught you fail two tests, a drugs test and an IQ test."

Dick Pound, also a former vice president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), warned that testers are always playing catch up with the cheaters.

"You'd be pretty ambitious to say London 2012 was a clean Games. There are drugs we don't know about yet so we need to keep finding them and hunting down the distribution networks," he said.

"We know what's going on, but if you're going to do disqualify someone you have to have evidence. We're going to need more resources and more commitment from the sports organizations."

"Basically, they say it is too complicated, too expensive and they're more worried about corruption. It is getting dumbed down."

The IOC announced on Wednesday evening that Uzbek athlete Luiza Galiulina has been excluded from the Games after testing positive for furosemide.

Furosemide is commonly used to stop racehorses suffering nosebleeds, but is banned by WADA because it can be used to mask other drugs.

Galiulina wa provisionally suspended after failing pre-games testing on the 25h July. The 20-year-old's 'B' sample has confirmed the positive result, so the IOC have now expelled the gymnast from the Games.

Galiulina is the second athlete to fail a drugs test at the games after Albanian weightlifter Hysen Pulaku tested positive for the steroid stanozlol, also in pre-games testing.

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Story highlightsChinese and South Korean who took SAT on October 11 will have scores delayedTest administrator ETS suspects cheating may have occurred"Cheating is seen as a fair way to play the game" in China, says educatorLast year, SAT had to be canceled in South Korea after cheating suspicions

Thousands of Chinese and South Korean students applying for colleges and universities in the United States face an anxious wait amid claims of widespread cheating during recent SAT tests -- the measure used in the admissions process.

Their scores have been delayed pending an inquiry, despite the deadline for college applications fast approaching.

"Based on specific, reliable information, we have placed the scores of all students who are current residents of (South) Korea or China and sat for the October 11 international administration of the SAT on hold while we conduct an esp administrative review," Tom Ewing, spokesperson for test assessors the Educational Testing Service (ETS), said in a statement.

"(We) strongly denounce organizations that seek to illegally obtain test materials for their own profit," added Ewing.

In recent years, China in particular has experienced a surge in the number of students applying to U.S.-based colleges and universities. But fierce competition in China has led to a culture of cheating, according to Beijing-based educational consultant and teacher Jiang Xuequin.

"Chinese people see education as a game to be beaten," he told CNN. "If you can beat it, you're a good player. If you can't beat it, then you're just stupid. Cheating is seen as a fair way to play the game.

"There's absolutely no sense of shame in cheating... it's been going on for years."

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Just days ago, 2,440 Chinese students taking a national exam were caught using high-tech cheating gear, from wireless earpieces to "electronic erasers."

But the problem isn't unique to China. South Korea, another country with large numbers of students studying in the United States, has been hit cheating as well, with unscrupulous tactics often blamed on intense cramming schools called "Hakwons."

Last May, College Board, which runs the SAT system, canceled an SAT testing date in South Korea after tutor companies were suspected to have illegally acquired SAT testing materials in advance and told their students what would be on the test.
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