The IOC has announced that it will retest samples from the 2006 Winter Games in Turin. The IAAF recently retested samples from the 2005 World Championships, resulting in five medalists testing positive.
The International Tennis Federation claims to store samples (they haven't disclosed for how long they store them). And it's unknown if they've ever gone back to retest any stored samples.
Does the ITF currently have any stored samples of tennis players that worked with Lance Armstrong's former doctor, Dr. Luis Garcia del Moral? If so, have (or will) these samples be retested samples using the latest anti-doping technology?
Dr. del Moral worked with tennis players through the TenisVal academy starting "approximately 14-15 years ago." So, if the ITF stores samples for 8 years (as the IOC does), they should have quite a few samples from Dr. del Moral clients that could be retested using the latest anti-doping technology.
If there ever was a reason to retest a stored sample, surely working with a doctor banned by the USADA and ITF for life is one of them.
Paging Dr. Stuart Miller...