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Russia may exclude from the Olympic games in Rio because of doping scandals

The IOC requires thorough investigation.

18.May.16 11:34 AM
By Johnatan Toadlicker


Russia may exclude from the Olympic games in Rio because of doping scandals
Thomas Bach, International Olympic Committee President, admitted that Russia will not be able to participate in the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro. The reason doping disassembly.

"If you find evidence of the existence of an organized and comprehensive system of doping, affecting other sports, the international Federation and the IOC will be forced to make a difficult decision between collective and individual responsibility", - quotes the edition of Bach's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

He also noted that his Department is interested in a thorough investigation in connection with allegations of doping at the Olympic games in Sochi. The IOC has already sent a corresponding request to the international anti-doping Agency and looks forward to his report on the work done. So, the lab in Lausanne, which stores samples from the Olympics in Sochi, will have to do their analysis. Russia Thomas Bach was asked to do all it can to ensure full cooperation with WADA.

The President noted that after the measures taken, no one should have any doubts about the "purity" of athletes, if it is proved. If the investigation proves otherwise, measures will be hard: life suspension from the Olympic games to the tough financial penalties" to "suspension or exclusion of national federations as a whole, as happened with the all-Russian athletics Federation (vfla)".

A wave of rumors and assumptions called the movie "a Dark mystery of Russia", shown by the American channel CBS. The authors claimed that at the games in Sochi, Russian athletes have used doping, the Russian anti-doping Committee in full control of the FSB.

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