BERLIN – After the recent doping revelations which have rocked athletics, Germany's Olympic discus champion Robert Harting has made his blood-test results public to remove any doubt about his performances. "When it's clear how we work, and things are known right down to our core, then it's out of the question that anything would show up," Harting said. Alongside Harting, Germany's 800m runner Robin Schembera and race-walker Andre Hoehne have also made the results of their tests public. The trio has taken the step in a bid to be transparent and their blood readings have been released from the IAAF's databank. In early August, the Sunday Times published a report on a leaked database of 12,000 blood tests from 5,000 athletes that revealed extraordinary levels of doping.