At 34:45 minute mark, Conte talks:
Conte is the founder of BALCO.
Bay Area Laboratory Co-operative or BALCO, a sports nutrition center in Burlingame, California, which the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) says developed the banned steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG) with the help of bodybuilding chemist Patrick Arnold. Pursuant to a plea bargain struck with prosecutors, he entered guilty pleas in July 2005 to one count of conspiracy to distribute steroids and a second count of laundering a portion of a check, he was sentenced in October to spend four months in prison and another four on house arrest.
In December 2004, he participated in an interview with Martin Bashir on ABC's 20/20 program, where he admitted to running doping programs, which have broken Olympic records, as well as revealing that: "The whole history of the games is just full of corruption, cover-up, performance-enhancing drug use." 
In the interview he implicated, among others, five-time Olympic gold medalist Marion Jones and her partner Tim Montgomery, Kelli White (who later admitted using performance enhancing drugs), British athlete Dwain Chambers, and NFL player Bill Romanowski.
I hate to think if there is any truth to Conte speaking of Lendl, Chang and Sharapova. This would be entirely damaging to tennis, much in the same way the Armstrong EPO scandal has damaged cycling.
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Well, as an avid cycling fan, following the Armstrong vs. USADA stuff, makes me think if tennis needs to go through such extensive changes as well. Not enough complaints from the public, so I don't think a purging process will happen.
Yeah, cycling is a different animal. Almost all the riders are using EPO and HGH and any other alphabet drug to post performance. I loved Lance, but told my buddies he was on it and they thought I was crazy. Didn't want to be right because he has done so much for cancer fund raising.