@Pcone50 @mariofraioli @ericmbudd Very nice. I assume you've seen these: My article:
A new approach could involve monitoring the rate of improvements in competition performance of an athlete from an early age, in combination with monitoring of blood values or steroid profiles once an appropriate level of competition is reached. Although sudden increases of performance can be induced by many reasons other than doping (improved training strategies, nutrition, growth in young athletes, etc), such observations are nevertheless worthwhile to trigger target testing of the athlete. In connection with data from blood and/or urine profiling, such “performance profiling” might improve the identification of suspicious athletes’ behaviors. In a similar context, mathematical analyses of winning patterns of gamblers are used with success to identify cheaters in casinos.