In response to potentially devastating allegations of widespread doping among athletes at the 2014 Sochi Games , the International Olympic Committee has rolled out a series of re-tests of athlete samples from prior games. According to the IOC, 31 ... Yahoo! Singapore, 1 week ago
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Prosecutors focused on Beijing, London, Sochi Games Russian prosecutors say they will investigate allegations that the country's athletes doped at three recent Olympics. According to spokesman Alexander Kurennoi, the Prosecutor General's office is ...CBC, 1 week ago WADA hires McLaren to supervise Sochi investigation Japan Times, 6 days ago 19/05/2016: SPORT: Did the Russians dope at the Sochi Games too? Cape Times E-dition, 1 week ago WADA appoints McLaren to oversee Sochi investigation CTV News, 6 days ago
Russia's top investigative agency said Friday that it wants to question a former anti-doping official who fled to the United States to expose alleged widespread abuse of performance-enhancing drugs by Russian Olympic athletes. The Canadian law ...Equilibrio Informativo, 5 days ago Putin welcomes WADA inquiry into Russian doping claims at Sochi Olympics Hindustan Times, 6 days ago Europe July 15 set as deadline for completion of Sochi doping probe Mail.com, 3 days ago July 15 Set as Deadline for Completion of Sochi Doping Probe ABC News, 3 days ago
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Olympic officials are investigating allegations that Russia ran a state-sponsored doping operation at the 2014 Sochi games and are threatening to ban Russia from the OlympicsNPR, 5 days ago
Doping, corruption, security concerns dog past, present, and future Games hosts Despite our better judgement, let's take a look at the road to the Rio Games, where it looks like we may set an Olympic record for scandals. However, there's some stiff ...CBC, 6 days ago
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is to investigate Russian doping allegations relating to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, WADA said on Tuesday. The allegations were broadcast on Sunday on CBS ‘60 minutes’. "WADA will probe these new allegations immediately,” WADA President Craig Reedie said in a statement. “The claims made in the program offer real cause for concern, as they contain new allegations regarding attempts to subvert the anti-doping process at the ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago WADA declares its commitment to Investigating Sochi Allegations The Sports Campus, 1 week ago
MOSCOW (Sputnik)— Russian athletes should be banned fromtaking part inthe upcoming Summer Olympic Games inRio de Janeiro incase the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) confirms allegations ofthe widespread use ofdoping inRussian sport, US Anti-Doping ...Sputnik, 14 hours ago
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Yesterday Russia opened its doors to the international media, hoping it would carry the message that this doping-ravaged country is doing all it can to write the wrongs of the past and is also doing it transparently. But the PR exercise inside ...ITV.com, 1 day ago
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