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IOC comments as Russian curling medallist reportedly fails doping test at Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

S.China Morning Post Monday, 19 February 2018
The International Olympic Committee has offered only brief comment on a news report that a Russian medallist had tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang. “On the one hand it is extremely disappointing when prohibited substances might have been used,” the IOC said in a statement, “but on the other hand it shows the effectiveness of the anti-doping system at the Games, which protects the rights of all the clean athletes....
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