Decision on Sports Training Could Mean Boost for Colorado Business

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A recent decision by the World Anti-Doping Agency could mean a big boost for a Boulder company. Colorado Altitude Training makes "hypoxic chambers": low-oxygen tents and rooms for athletes who want the benefits of living at high altitude, without actually being there. The World Anti-Doping Agency finds the practice acceptable. Dan Meyers talks to Colorado Altitude Training CEO Larry Kutt.