US swim greats tell Congress that Olympic anti-doping efforts fall short

Olympic swimming great Michael Phelps testifies before a House Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee hearing on anti-doping measures ahead of the 2024 Olympics in Paris on Tuesday at Capitol Hill in Washington. (Craig Hudson/Reuters)

WASHINGTON — U.S. swimming star Michael Phelps told a congressional panel on Tuesday that anti-doping measures “have fallen short” in a case involving Chinese swimmers ahead of this summer’s Paris Olympics.