Russian Olympic officials cast doubt on McLaren doping report
The Russian Olympic Committee is calling for further examination concerning claims of a state-authorized doping conceal, additionally proposes the allegations might be “unjustifiable.”
The World Anti-Doping Agency-appointed examiner Richard McLaren on Monday discharged a searing report saying abnormal state government authorities requested many test results to be distorted so Russian competitors were not banned for doping.
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That drove WADA to require every Russian group to be banned from the Summer Olympics one month from now in Rio.
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In an announcement Tuesday, the ROC says the allegations are “serious to the point that they require a full examination with the interest of all influenced parties.”
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The ROC included, in any case, that the cooperation of clean Russian competitors at the Olympics “ought not rely on upon ridiculous, problematic assertions or the criminal demonstrations of people.”