On April 28, 2009 a re-drug test was given to the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic athletes samples. With great surprise 6 of the samples were found positive. The IOC or International Olympic Committee say the cannot identify these athletes until the finish more testing. What we have learned is out of 6 of the athletes 2 of them are medalist. Out of those two, one is a gold medalist in track and field and the other is a silver medalist in biking. Italian press has recently releases that the cyclist was Davide Rebellin. Arne Ljungqvist, the IOC Medical Commission chairman says, “The further analysis of the Beijing samples that we conducted should send a clear message that cheats can never assume that they have avoided detection. The vast majority of athletes do not seek an unfair advantage. We intend to do all we can to ensure that they have a fair environment for competition.” This being said, after the tests have been concluded the IOC will take action and create a fair advantage, meaning they will be disqualifying and taking medals away from athletes found cheating. The tests found amounts of CERA, a new strain of EPO, and insulin. Both these drugs are illegal in any sporting event. This is only the second round of testing, there will be many more and, if six were found this time, it is very probable that there are more to come.